First Base

From dictionary.com:

base·ball  [beys-bawl]

noun:  a game of ball between two nine-player teams played usually for nine innings on a field that has as a focal point a diamond-shaped infield with a home plate and three other bases, 90 feet (27 meters) apart, forming a circuit that must be completed by a base runner in order to score, the central offensive action entailing hitting of a pitched ball with a wooden or metal bat and running of the bases, the winner being the team scoring the most runs.

and

lin·go[ling-goh]

noun, plural lin·goes :  the language and speech, especially the jargon, slang, or argot, of a particular field, group, or individual: gamblers lingo.

 

So the journey begins.

Short story:  I got knocked on the head last week and that got my creative juices going.  So with nothing to do over the weekend, I brought up this website.  If you want a more in depth into why I’m doing Baseball-Lingo.com (or B-L as I’m prone to shortening it), I encourage you to check out the About Page.  I go into a tad more detail there.

And don’t forget, you can follow B-L on Facebook or Twitter!

Enjoy the Ride!  I will.

Tom

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