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|Description=<p>per Fraser (1975) - A game played in Dundee, Scotland, in about 1900 and later understood as a &ldquo;corruption of baseball.&rdquo; Balls were hit with the hand instead of a bat, and the game evidently sometimes used plugging.</p>
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|Description=<p>per Fraser (1975) - A game played in Dundee, Scotland, in about 1900 and later understood as a “corruption of baseball.Balls were hit with the hand instead of a bat, and the game evidently sometimes used plugging.</p>
|Sources=<p><span>Amy Stewart Fraser,&nbsp;</span><em>Dae Ye Min&rsquo; Langsyne?</em><span>&nbsp;(Routledge, 1975), pages 59-60.</span></p>
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|Sources=<p><span>Amy Stewart Fraser, </span><em>Dae Ye Min’ Langsyne?</em><span> (Routledge, 1975), pages 59-60.</span></p>
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Glossary of Games
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Game Beezy
Game Family Kickball Kickball
Location Dundee, Scotland
Eras Derivative
Description

per Fraser (1975) - A game played in Dundee, Scotland, in about 1900 and later understood as a “corruption of baseball.” Balls were hit with the hand instead of a bat, and the game evidently sometimes used plugging.

Sources

Amy Stewart Fraser, Dae Ye Min’ Langsyne? (Routledge, 1975), pages 59-60.

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