Not necessarily how baseball is played
@LiableBalance, or tennis, or golf.
@NoClue2013, or gymnastics, running, skiing, swimming, wresting, snowboarding, cheerleading, dancing, and others I'm sure I'm forgetting.
@Top Commenter, motocross. Never forget motocross
@LiableBalance, Take ball from pitcher, place in stands behind center field. Yay athlete
@Top Commenter, Airsoft. Take ball from magazine, place on enemy.
@Top Commenter, Volleyball
How to do women: *insert here*
@arealwerewolf, Good try, but no one can answer this.. no one.
@PresidentBarackObama, this why I put *insert here* nobody knows what to insert. Or do they?
My favorite ball shape hmmmm😏🌚
How to do a sports
My favorite shape ball is one that is enclosed in a sac-like bag. Yup, right when I buy the basketball for the first time and haven't taken it out of the bag yet.
@buzz killinton, "Rips off sac-enclosed ball and throws into basket"
@buzz killinton, most places I've seen here don't have sacs. They just come in boxes
I always felt that no matter how you look at it these "sports" are just games, cause you play games, swimming, wrestling, and track are the true sports in my opinion cause you don't "play" them, not a funny comment but just sharing, I'll go now 😬
@Light Skinned Brotha, football isn't a true sport? Somebody get me my bashing hammer!
@buzz killinton, I was just commenting my opinion, if I may explain, I feel that sports rely on individual skill/athleticism and the "game" sports are more casual pass times that became more competitive, and rely more on organization and strategy of multiple players than skill or athletics, not to say you don't need to be athletic or skilled to play a game/sport like football, I just feel that for the most part, simming/wrestling/track competitors usually require/have a higher level of strength/skill/stamina because of the nature of these sports
@Light Skinned Brotha, you can casually swim and casually wrestle and casually run
@Professor Butthole, I never said you couldn't, but since you assume that I did, I'll just say that most other sports can be played competitively as well as casually for a passtime. If you're swimming a race, doing track or field in competition, or wrestling a match, it's rarely just casual, unless it's practice, in which you are training and it isn't really casual, as in a passtime like other sports
@Light Skinned Brotha, Don't forget rowing. Never forget rowing.
Fencing or archery anyone?
I just imagine someone grabbing a golf ball and slamming in into the holes, like hole in one bitch. Or in baseball just running away with the ball and then throwing it in the Home run space
It's not what your are doing that is important but more how you do it which is the beauty of sports