Transcript: History of baseball in the United States There have been many sports in the history of the United States. But,baseball has truly always been America’s pastime. What Started It All? What Started It All? In the Beginning In the Beginning Baseball was not all fun and games when it first originated. When baseball originated, african americans were not allowed to play with the white men. Two teams play each other 3 outs per inning Each team gets 3 outs each inning ▪ An out consists of fielding a ball and throwing it to the base that a runner is advancing to ▪ Catching a ball before it hits the ground ▪ Swinging and missing the ball 3 times (3 strikes) 9 inning games Runs are scored to the team who advances a runner all around the bases back to home plate Objective is to score more runs than the opposing team Game The Games( Basic) Position Position First base Second base Third Base Short stop Right Field Left Field Center Field Catcher Pitcher Baseball Teams Top 3 best Team 1. 2. 3. New York Yankees Los Angeles Dodgers San Francisco Giants You may have heard that a young man named Abner Doubleday invented the game known as baseball in Cooperstown, New York, during the summer of 1839. Doubleday then went on to become a Civil War hero, while baseball became America's beloved national pastime Abner Doubleday Who created baseball? a, b, c, Aroldis Chapman d, 106 speed Faster pitcher 105.1 speed 104.3 speed 103 speed Fastest recorded pitch Yadier Molina Best Cather Yadier Benjamin Molina, nicknamed "Yadi", is a Puerto Rican professional baseball catcher for the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball. Born: 13 July 1982 (age 37 years), Bayamón, Puerto Rico Batting average: .282 Home runs: 156 Hits: 1,958 Basic Needed Equipment Gloves Bat Baseball Shoes Baseball helmet a, b, c, Gears d, Body Protector Cather Gear Cather helmet Knee Guard Mask Uniforms Baseball Uniform
Transcript: Baseball History When baseball was invented/ who invented it The person who invented baseball is: Abner Doubleday. The year baseball was invented: was in 1839 where the first game was originally played/what teams played the First Professional Baseball game was played at Hoboken, New Jersey The teams that played were: Cleveland Forest Cities and Ft. Wayne Kekiongas National League when it was formed and who played in it The National league was formed in 1876 and the teams that played in the National league consisted of: Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Houston Colt 45s, Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Francisco Giants, St. Louis Cardinals National teams: American League when it was formed and who played in it The American League was formed in the year 1901. The teams that played in the American League were: Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Athletics, Los Angeles Angels, Minnesota Twins, Washington Senators, and best for last the New York Yankees. American League. First African American the first of many was Jackie Robinson. Who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers. First african american to play professional baseball Girls baseball history The girls were allowed to play baseball in 1884. The first girl that played a game of professional baseball was a girl named Weldy Walker. A lot of girls started playing in around 1860. All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. was formed in 1943 and ended in 1954 Girls baseball history: Oldest team: The oldest professional baseball team is the Atlanta Braves they were formed in 1871. the baseball hall of fame he baseball hall of fame is located in Cooperstown, New York is is there because thats were baseball was invented. Hall of fame
Transcript: Conclution Vocabulary of the sport One characteristics thet differentiate to the baseball of the other joint spotrs, is that in this oone the defense is the one that has the ball. Objetive of the game The objetive of the game is to stkrike a ball winth a bat (to bat), moving it through field and to run by the internal earth field (infield) The most important rules HowTo Play Baseball?
Transcript: The batter stands next to the hard rubber plate embeded in the ground. Played by two teams Nine players on each side Goal: to score more runs than the opponent To score, each player must go through the four bases - Nine innings - the top of the inning (when the home team plays defense) and the bottom of the inning (when the visiting team plays defense) - Each team gets three outs in each half of the innings - 9 players in batting order - Batter must hit a pitch from the pitcher - Then runs to first base, through as many bases as possible without getting "out" When batting: "strike" and "ball" The defense team is allowed four "balls" before the batter can go to first base automatically "Runners" attempt to go to the next base where it is safe Runner can stay in base until the next hit Runs are scored when a player completes a circuit before three outs Goal: to get an offensive player out by: Strikeouts Force outs Fly outs Tag outs Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series; since 1903 Award: Commissioner's Trophy World Series championship rings New York Yankees played in 40 of the 106 World Series; won 27 championships: more than any other Major League franchise - Founded in Toronto, 1977 - Began playing at the Sky Dome from 1989 (Rogers Centre as of 2004) - Since 2000, owned by Rogers Communications Montreal Expos Baseball career: 1914-1935 Starting pitcher for the Boston Red Sox Sold to the Yankees in 1919 Won 4 World Series One of the first five players elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936 Regarded as one of the greatest sports heroes in American culture - The first black MLB player - Debuted with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947 - Played in 6 World Series Contributed to the Dogers' 1955 World Championship - Baseball Hall of Fame: 1962 - Catcher; Baseball carreer: 1946-1965 - New York Yankees - MVP of the American League 3 times - Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame in 1972 Pitcher's plate First Base Second Base The Game Toronto Blue Jays Jackie Robinson 90 feet between bases Baseball Stars Pitcher (Defense) On Defense Third Base Home Baseball Catcher (Defense) Field Layout Batter (Offense) - An MLB team located in Montreal, 1969-2004 - Moved to Washington, D.C. in 2004; became the Washington Nationals George Herman "Babe" Ruth, Jr. On Offense Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra On Offense
Transcript: Detroit Tigers My favorite team is the Detroit Tigers. My favorite sport is baseball. My favorite thing to do in baseball is to hit lots of homeruns! The thing i like doing most about baseball, is having fun, and compeating with other teams. The second thing i like most about baseball is being with my My favorite position is to play outfeild. I love catching pop flies, and diving to catch the ball for the win.
Transcript: Baseball introduction Baseball is a sport played all around the world, in many different countries. It is one of the most common sports in the world. Positions Baseball team must have: infielder(short stop, first basemen, second basemen, third basemen) outfielder(left fielder, right fielder, out fielder) a pitcher a catcher nine people on the field. menber who changed can't go on the field again for the game History Commonly said baseball started before the American Civil War (1861 - 1865) from a game called rounders, which is a simple game played on sandlots. ~1839 There were several evolution and different titles 1839, people of United States called the sport “Baseball” and revised the original rules of the game. A lot of people started to play baseball, 1860s civil war, number of baseball teams dropped dramatically After civil war, more people started playing in baseball than before. Women playing baseball Baseball could be played equally by both men and women, but it became a male centered sport along with the American culture. Until the 1930s, women who could play was limited to the upper class, who had graduated collage, or the working class. It was a age where people, not only men, women, too thought that women has to be feminine. Even though it was a hard condition for the women, they were actively playing baseball during 1866 to 1935. Female teams were winning against male teams. People thought that baseball would become a sport equally played by women and men in the future. 1930s~1940s. World War II, formation of the American Softball Association. Caused a big change Pioneer of Baseball in Asia In Eastern Asia, baseball is one of the most popular sports. Especially in Taiwan, Japan and Korea. professional baseball leagues, many star players. But before 1990s, there were not much major leagers from these countries. The World War II caused some of the women leave baseball. There were more needs of people at jobs. The formation of the American Softball Association led the thought-there are softball for women to play, and there are no needs for women to play baseball. It became harder and harder or women to play baseball and it is still to the present.
Transcript: Instant replays were introduced to baseball in 2008 However only implemented in the 2014 season Tracking technology is now used to provide data on speed, jumps and pitch coverage Media Technology Beginning of Baseball Baseball Rule development First started as a folk game in the British Isles Known as a peasants game Anything that was available would be used as a bat or the ball Many top Major League baseball players have moved to different countries to play baseball, e.g. Japan and Cuba America wanted to go other countries to play baseball and prove they were the best and created the World Baseball Classic International Baseball Federation Established in 1938 as a result of the first Baseball World Cup Also the governing body for Softball Globalisation Governing Body Every year the American League champions play the National League champions to win the World Series The first attemtps of the World Series were unsuccessful and not watched by many people However now with TV coverage has turned into a massive day for sports fans all over the world Laurence Montgomery The earliest recognised game similar to Baseball was stoodball in the 14th century First written rules of a bat/base/running game was published in 1810 however called poison ball In 1829 a book was published with rules for rounders in London In 1834 rules were published for a game called Base ball or Goal ball
Transcript: " So you sit and watch games involving athletes who are nearly seven-feet tall or who weigh 250-350 pounds and run the 40 in fewer than five seconds" ( Barnicle p#11 ) "Football is king now. A game with even more down time than baseball between spasms of activity ( albeit violent act ) has so completely grabbed the audience's attention, it's not even a contest anymore" ( Cole p#11 ) Type of source : Journal Summary : During the days when America was threatened by class and race conflict in the mid-twentieth century, Philip K. Wrigley ( owner of the Chicago Cubs then) gathered several Major League Baseball executives to establish the All-American Girls’ Softball League( AAGSL). To make it big however, they had to battle the sexual boundaries and social ostracism. The world that we live in right now is a commercial place meaning that the more pop culture reference the more popular it will be. Unfortunately, for baseball, it is been out “commercialized” by other leagues. In the world that we currently live in today, every aspect of the human nature is headed towards a trajectory angle where things are getting faster and exciting at a daily rate. Due to the slow paced nature of baseball however, it is inadequate to meet the satisfaction and enjoyment of the younger generation. After Reading : Ask myself if there were any unanswered questions that I still had about the reading. Try to summarize the entire reading to see just how much I understood the reading. If it was a challenging reading, then I will make sure to go through it at least one more time. Saw Yan Naing Lacks the Explosive Nature of Football/ Basketball. Metacognitive Section Does baseball still deserved to be called America’s National Past time? During Reading : The most important for me will be writing and expressing my own opinions that are either for or against the ideas of the author. This not only helps me stay focused but it helps me interact with the reading. If there were any vocabulary words that I did not know the definition, I make sure to look it up as soon as possible. Highlight the main ideas and supporting details. Helps me identify and also makes it easier to come back to it. "The N.C.A.A basketball tournament has been around for 75 years, but it was CBS's "March Madness" that it made it a cultural phenomenon. Now even the president fills out a tournament bracket" ( Mahler p#21 ) "Athletes aren't icons, they're celebrities, and are marketed accordingly, which explains why there's a course at Harvard Business School that studies Lebron James" ( Mahler p# 25 ) Metacognitive Section Pre- Reading : To start, I look at the title of the reading and determine whether or not it is in support of my thesis. If it is not, I looked for one that is in support of my thesis. This way it saves me time. Then I scan through the entire reading to look for specific things such as title, heading, pictures and words in either bold or italics. This helps me activate my prior knowledge. ( Know what kind of information to expect from the reading) "The nation's best athletes no longer choose baseball first. The game is in somewhat of a quiet crisis, a crisis that reflects on management and players alike" ( Rossi, 211 ) " But it desperately needs a cattle-prod in the hindquarters so make it proceed at a pace to a younger audience, without which it's just a sport they used to play, back in the day" ( Cole, p#18 ) Metaphoric Image of an Old man Baseball Presentation “The Patriotic Pinch Hitter: The AAGBL and How the American Woman earned a Permanent Spot on the Roster” by Patricia Vignola Metacognitive Section Losing it's Commercial Values. The younger generation/ future leaders find that baseball is a sport that “Only elderly, white, middle class men care about baseball these days” ( Hannigan )
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