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|Game Family=Fungo
 
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|Description=<p>Fielders catch fungo hits, with a caught fly worth 100 points, a one-bouncer 75 points, etc. A player who accrues 500 points becomes the hitter. In some versions, muffed catches deduct points, and the Hit-the-Bat option is employed. Land&rsquo;s review of schoolyard games includes two references to 500. Also called [[Twenty-one]].</p>
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|Description=<p>Fielders catch fungo hits, with a caught fly worth 100 points, a one-bouncer 75 points, etc. A player who accrues 500 points becomes the hitter. In some versions, muffed catches deduct points, and the [[Hit-the-Bat]] option for returned throws is employed. Land’s review of schoolyard games includes two references to 500. It is also evidently called [[Twenty-One]] in some localities.</p>
|Sources=<p><span>G. Land,&nbsp;</span><em>Growing Up with Baseball</em><span>&nbsp;(UNebraska, 2004), pages 61 and 174.</span></p>
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|Sources=<p><span>G. Land, </span><em>Growing Up with Baseball</em><span> (UNebraska, 2004), pages 61 and 174.</span></p>
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Fielders catch fungo hits, with a caught fly worth 100 points, a one-bouncer 75 points, etc. A player who accrues 500 points becomes the hitter. In some versions, muffed catches deduct points, and the Hit-the-Bat option for returned throws is employed. Land’s review of schoolyard games includes two references to 500. It is also evidently called Twenty-One in some localities.

Sources

G. Land, Growing Up with Baseball (UNebraska, 2004), pages 61 and 174.

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