Learn Baseball Safety Every year there are large amount of reported injuries caused by playing baseball. To avoid this, parents, coach and kids need to learn baseball safety. All injuries can't be prevented from happening, but taking precautionary measures can at least give players the best possible chance for injury-free participation in the game. It is actually a popular sport that has been conquering not just the US but also many other countries across different continents. More and more people are getting hooked to the sport each day. There are signs that it would be among the most popular ball games for many years or decades to come. When everyone you know is getting into it, you should also strive to learn baseball yourself. This is a kind of a bat and ball sport that is being played with two teams. Each team that is competing in the field is composed of nine players. To score points, the player s goal is to score runs. This can be achieved by hitting the ball the will be thrown by the opponent by a baseball bat. When a ball is hit, the player then needs to touch a series of four bases that are placed on the corners of the diamond on the field. Baseball is considered a bat and ball game that is almost similar to the equally popular English Cricket. In history, baseball is said to be developed in the 18th century in England. English immigrants brought this game to the US, where its popularity shot many folds and spread to other countries. The sport has become part of the well-celebrated modern games. Lastly, force outs occur when a defensive player who has the ball reaches the base first before the runner. The field where a baseball game is held is divided into two parts: the infield and the outfield. The infield is the area near the bases, while the grassy area outside the infield is called the outfield. Infield - The infield is the playing field s diamond-shaped area with four bases bordering it. 10. Pepper - This is also a warm-up drill routine for players before every game. A player peppers by standing and bunting grounds to his fellow players who are standing from 10 to 20 feet away. 11. Run - When an offensive player has passed the bases and gone back to the home base, the team gets one score.