13 Words That Mean Something Different to Softball Players
A speedy, left-handed batter who runs and hits the ball at the same time.
A person who doesn't know how to throw a real punch.
An essential piece of your uniform to save you from raspberries.
Delicious, tiny hamburgers.
Area of grass and dirt where all your sports dreams can come true.
A coveted gemstone, especially by women.
A way to get to a base either looking like a badass or like a damn fool.
A fun piece of playground equipment.
5. Eye Black
A black substance you put under your eye to make you look fierce as hell.
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What Beyonce uses to become Sasha Fierce.
Something pitchers need to put on the ball so it moves.
A type of cycling class frequented primarily by women.
7. BatWhat you use to hit dingers.
The only mammals naturally capable of true and sustained flight.
A ball thrown with the intent of getting a batter out.
Something you need to understand to be able to sing.
Something you want as a pitcher and something you don't want as a batter.
To knock down all 10 pins with one shot in bowling.
The bane of every outfielder's existence.
An essential lawn object to keep your nosy neighbors off your property.
A place where violent collisions happen.
A place to relax after a hard day's work.
A catcher's or first baseman's glove.
The 70th Governor of Massachusetts and 2012 Republican presidential nominee.
Laying down the perfect bunt to score a runner from third.
Trying to fit yourself into a tight space.
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