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Second Base
Infield
First Base
Hat
Strike
Fastball
Bat
Practice
Swing
Pitcher
Outfield
Home Plate
Team
Homerun
Heat
Deck
Catch
Dugout
Third Base
Baseball

Kickball Word Search

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Description

sportsmenship
education
physical
ball
baserunner
bases
catch
coach
defense
diamond
first base
home plate
infield
kickball
lineup
offense
outfield
pitcher
popup
score
second base
strike
team
third base
tot

Baseball Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an annual series of games between the winning teams of the two major leagues: the first team to win four games being champions of the U.S. World Series
any of the four defensive players stationed around the infield. Infielders
the positions played by the right, center, and left fielders Outfielders
the player who throws the ball to the opposing batter Pitcher
the player stationed behind home plate, whose chief duty is to catch pitches not hit by the batter. catcher
the minigame where you try to hit the most homeruns; included in allstar week Homerunderby
the game where the best baseball players in the MLB come together to play one big game; included in all star week Allstar game
a person who controls the training of a sportsman or team Manager
a boy or young man who takes care of the bats and sometimes other equipment of a team. batboy
a player who swings a bat or whose turn it is to bat batter
Relief pitcher who finishes out the game. Closer
A defense play resulting in two outs. Doubleplay
A homerun hit while all bases are loaded. GrandSlam
The replacement for the starting pitcher. Reliefer
A runner crosses home plate without any errors. Run
The pitcher who starts the game. Starter
The recorded number of steals by a runner. Stolen Base
Three players are taken out in the course of one play. Triple Play
A pitch so wide that the catcher is unable to catch or block it, allowing runners to advance. Wild Pitch
One of nine periods of playtime in an ordinary regulation game. inning
The next batter in the line-up. ondeck
After striking the ball, the batter is able to pass through all four plates and return to home with no errors on the part of defense. Homerun
A mistake in fielding the baseball by the defense that allows a batter to reach base or a base runner to advance. error
When the pitch count has 3 balls and 2 strikes. The next strike or ball will end the at bat. If the batter hits the baseball foul, then the count remains 3 and 2. Full Count
a game in which the pitcher does not allow a single runner on base. Perfect Game
a home run scored in the bottom of the final inning to win the game. Walk Off

Home Run Word Search

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Triple
Third Base
Team
Single
Second Base
Right Field
Outfield
Mound
Left Field
Infield
Homerun
Home Plate
Helmet
Glove
First Base
Double
Center Field
Bat
Baseball
Base Hit

softball Word Search

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Description

play hard
loose
win
helmets
uniforms
players
coach
game
outfield work
infield work
practice
hitter
pitcher
bat
ball
softball
first base
second base
third base
catcher
home
left field
center field
right field

Softball Word Search

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screwball
fastball
safe
out
fairball
foul
baseline
coach
umpire
catcher
win loss
shutout
strikeout
dragbunt
riseball
drop
curveball
delay
stolenbase
steal
walk
ball
strike
bunt slap
sacrafice
homerun
triple
double
single
hit
outfield
shortstop
pitcher
home
thirdbase
secondbase
firstbase
softball

Baseball Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to study something in a careful way Analyze
one of the places a runner has to touch to get a point Base
force or power; baseball players need this to be able to hit the ball and run the bases Energy
players who try to catch the ball Fielders
the area on the baseball field that includes the four bases and the pitcher's mound Infield
the area on the baseball field behind first, second, and third bases outfield
the scientific study of matter and energy Physics
a slightly different version of something Variation
the item that you hit with a baseball bat Baseball
the item that you use to hit the ball with Baseball Bat
the player who stands on the mound and the throws the ball in different styles Pitcher
the team's bench area between home plate and either first or third base Dugout
the billboard type thing the helps keep track of the scoring for each team Scoreboard
the right part of the outfield Rightfielder
the left part of the outfield Leftfielder
the player who defends the field nearest to first base First Baseman
the player who defends the field nearest to second base Second Baseman
the player who defends the field nearest to the third base Third Baseman

baseball Word Search

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batter
batters
batters box
catcher
center field
changeup
closer
curve ball
double
dugout
fastball
firstbase
homeplate
homerun
infield
left field
outfield
pinch hitter
pitcher
pitchers
pitchersmound
right field
scoreboard
secondbase
short stop
single
slider
third base
triple
yankees

Softball Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Ball
Base
Bat
Bunt
Catcher
Centerfield
Champion
Change up
Cleats
Coach
Curveball
Demarini
Diamond
Double
Dudley
Easton
Fastball
First Base
Helmet
Hit
Homerun
Infield
leftfield
Linedrive
Lineup
Louisville Slugger
Mizuno
Out
Outfield
Pitcher
PONY
Rawlings
Rightfield
Safe
Score
Screwball
Second Base
Shortstop
Signs
Single
Softball
Steal
Strike
Team
Third Base
Triple
Trophy
Umpire
Under Armour
USSSA
Worth

P.E. Class Terms Word Search

Type
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Description

Ace
Backhand
Basketball
Batter
Bump
Catch
Coach Ames
Coach Porlas
Coach V
Defense
Double Dribble
Double Play
Dribble
First Base
Fitness
Fly Ball
Follow Through
Forehand
Foul
Frisbee
Goal
Golf
Ground Ball
Home Plate
Home Run
Infield
Jump Shot
Layup
Out
Outfield
Pass
Pivot Foot
Ralley
Rebound
Release Point
Rotation
Safe
Second Base
Serve
Set
Sideline
Soccer
Softball
Spike
Steal
Swing
Third Base
Throw
Turnover
Volleyball

Baseball Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Used to catch a ball. Glove
Used to hit the ball. Baseball Bat
The spot in the field with grass in it. Outfield
The part of the field with sand in it. Infield
A person who tells the team what to do. Coach
The thing you run to after you hit the the ball. 1st base
The thing you run to, to score. Home base
The time of the year you play baseball. Summer
The person who calls all of the plays. Umpire
The thing you play on. Baseball field