Hunters go on about their killing of birds being a national pastime.
I call my activity of enjoying the sight and sound of living birds an international pastime. 7 more words
In a 2014 double issue of The International Journal of the History of Sport, sport historians illustrated ways that various sports in the United States have been, are, and could be considered “national pastimes.” Baseball, American football, basketball, boxing, hunting, and horse racing all received scholarly scrutiny as to the sports’ potential status as national pastimes. 2,367 more words
For as long as I can remember, I have loved the game of baseball. I still do. I don’t just love the game play, but I love the strategy, the gamesmanship, the personal effect, the unwritten rules, and perhaps most of all, the measurement by which all eras can correlate with one another. 217 more words
No more calls. The response to the “Can of Corn” riddle has been underwhelming. I’ll give the straight and short answer.
When used in a baseball sense a ” Can of Corn” refers to a pop up that goes straight up and straight down making the catch an easy one for the fielder. 357 more words