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4 A slick fielder is known as a ________ glover, a reference to the annual awards given to the best fielders at each position.
7 Number of Major League teams in Canada.
8 Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, is known for outfield wallks covered with this.
9 Baseball is known as the National ___________, a name that underscores its longstanding popularity among Americans.
13 Two-word award given annually to the best pitcher in each league.
14 Two-word name for the towering left-field wall at Boston's Fenway Park.
15 The best AL and NL teams square off at the end of each season in the World Series, also known by this two-word autumnal name.
16 A rarity, it's what you call a game where no runner reaches base for one of the teams. (Two words)
18 The two teams that make it to the World Series are known as the AL and NL _________ winners. (HInt: another word for flag.)
23 Recently became the first woman to serve as an in-game analyst on a Major League baseball game broadcast by ESPN.
24 The executive in charge of all of baseball, this term is also used to describe the head of other sports, including football, basketball and hockey.
25 Team for which Jackie Robinson played when he became the first African-American to play in the Major Leagues.
26 Two-work popcorn confection mentioned in the song, 'Take Me Out to the Ballgame.'
30 Number of innings in a standard baseball game.
31 Nickname for Babe Ruth.
33 Rodeo-like name for the area where relief pitchers sit and warm up before entering a game.
34 Another word for a left-handed pitcher.
1 Born near Scranton, Pa., he graduated from Bucknell University and became one of baseball's first superstars while pitching for the New York Giants in the early 1900s.
2 Probably the best and most famous Latino ballplayer of all time, this Pittsburgh Pirate died in a plane crash while on the way to deliver supplies to an earthquake-ravaged Nicauragua.
3 Jackie ____________ was the frst African-American to play in the Major Legaues, breaking the so-called color barrier in 1947.
5 Number of feet between bases.
6 This Yankee played in 2.130 straight games before a debilitating and fatal disease forced him out of the lineup; he died at age 37.
10 Major League Baseball teams are divided into two leagues: the National and the __________
11 The number of strikes a hitter gets in an at-bat, it's also the number of outs a team gets in an inning.
12 Describes a single sequence of action that results in not just one out, but two. (Two words)
14 The two teams that re-located from New York to California in the late 1950s, thereby bringing Major Legaue baseball to teh West Coast: The ____________ and the _______________.
17 Because the National is the older of the two leagues, it's sometimes called the ___________ circuit.
19 Using the bat to purposefully make light contact with a pitch, so that the ball will travel just a few feet.
20 The World Series is a best-of-_________ series, meanig the first team to win four games is the champ.
21 No Major League batter ever got more hits in a career than this player -- but he's not in the Hall of Fame because he bet on baseball.
22 New York borough where the Yankees play.
27 Known as the Queen City, it was home to the first professional baseball team, the Red Stockings, established in 1869.
28 Baseball teams prepare for a new season duing Spring Training, which occurs either in Florida or this state.
29 Hall of Fame Jewish pitcher who took a stand for his faith when he decline to pitch in the World Series on Yom Kippur.
32 After being sold by the Red Sox to the Yankees, he became a slugging sensation, setting records and ensuring that the Red Sox and Yankees would be blood rivals for decades to come.
34 Seventh-inning __________: Time during each game when fans are encouraged to stand up and sing 'Take Me Out to the Ballgame.'
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