Transcript: FREE BASEBALL by; Adrian Campa SUMMARY BY: SUE CORBET About Felix Felix loves and plays baseball for the Tigers. He won a ticket to his first minor league game. SUMMARY Summary why I chose the book Felix's mom bought a ticket to the baseball game to watch Felix be the bat-boy. Felix's mom was proud of him but he was to young to work. Recommendation I chose this book because I like baseball and I read the back and it sounded interesting. Felix became the bat-boy for the minor league team. SUMMARY Felix is a boy who got sent to America from Cuba by his father a famous baseball player. I recommend this book to all the baseball lovers who love to play baseball. If you ever have a dream of becoming a bat-boy or player you should read this book.
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: ARE YOU CRAFTY WITH WOOD? THEN YOU SHOULD MAKE A BASEBALL BAT!! AND HERES HOW... Step 5- take the skew (the tool that cuts and smooths and make the shape of the bat more defined and put the finishing touches to the shape of your bat. It would help to have a bat next to you that you want it to resemble. Step 7- To finish the bat spray the bat completely with Varathene Spray and after it dries sand it with steel wool and spray it again and let it sit out for at least 48 hours! Step 1. start by deciding what kind of wood you want to use... Ash Maple Bamboo Birch for the sake of our bat we will go with Ash since it's my preference Step 3- Line up the center of the wood with the drive center on the lathe. It should spin smoothly but if not go back and redo step 2. An Electric Sander A spindal gouge A Skew AND YOUR FINISHING PRODUCT!!!!! A roughing gouge Varathene Spray Step 4- spin the bat on the lathe and scuplt the bat to your preferences Step 6- By using a spindle gouge shape the knob of the bat and to round off the top of the bat. Before taking it off the lathe take an electric sander to it to make it as smooth as possible. and lastly steel wool An example bat A center marker Step 2. You must find the center of the piece of wood using a center marker. After you find the center of the bat you must figure out how you want to balance the bat. The heavier the bat at the end the more likely it is to break the more balanced the more likely it is to stay strong. Materials you'll need. one large tightly grained piece of wood A lathe
Transcript: The Baseball Field This will be me one day The SWOSU baseball field is more than just a field for me, is my last chance to show the world what I can do. This place is special, not just to me but to my whole familly, and to the people that follow the SWOSU baseball team. When I step in the baseball field I feel at home. My heart looks something like this This is also what I eat..... Drink... Dream... Breath.... And Think... Whithout this im nothing The baseball field is like the building I work in Step in here if you dare Here, coaches and players work together to be successfull My teamates are my family, and i will do whatever I can to help my family be successfull. When we step in the baseball field, all feelings are set aside, all problems are left in the door. All that matter is winning. This was my favorite place, I have dedicated a lot of my time to this place, from practice hours, to acctual games. I love this place. This place has made me the man I am now. It has thought me respect, teamwork, responsability, physical and mental toughness. In this place I have laughed and cried, I have had some happy moments and some not so good. And at the end it was all worth it. So anytime you are wondering were I might be, look for me in my office, ill be there doing work, taking care of business. THE END And this in my office
Transcript: I'm making a baseball field modeled after the Polo Grounds that the New York Giants used to play in. The dimensions of the outfield were 279 feet in left field, 450 feet in left- center, 483 feet in center field, 449 in right- center, and 258 feet in right field. The basepaths are 90 feet a peace so that means that the are of the grass inside the infield is 8,100 square feet.
Transcript: ADA Handicap Accessible Baklfield Complex consisting of a Rubberized Surface for Elm Ridge Park
Transcript: Total Cost of Dirt: $2839 Circumference- 710 ft but for one side it would be 355 ft Price- $1,165 Outfield In conclusion, the total cost of the whole baseball field would be $331,101 Area: 100,039 feet squared Cost:$275,107 Pitcher's Mound Infield Area:78.54 feet squared Cost:$36 Warning Track Circumference- 620.46 ft Cost- 1,018 Backstop Sod: Infield Area:2,984.52 feet squared Cost:$1,368 Cost In Total for Fencing Circumference- 87.1 ft Cost- $143 Total Sod Cost: $334,935 Area:294.52 feet squared Cost:$810 Fencing: Backstop By: Joel Aguirre, Joseph Torres, Nathan Galvez, and Miguel Hernandez Baseball Field Costs Thank You! Area: 314.16 feet squared Cost: $143.99 Area: 7,538 feet squared Cost: $29,730 Area:2,817.89 feet squared Cost:$1,291.53 Outfield Conclusion Foul Areas Foul Areas Dirt: Batter's Box Area:10,650 feet squared Cost:$29,288 The total area for the fencing is 1417.56 ft The total cost for the fencing is $2,325
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