- n. Plural form of baseball.
“I would strongly preferrer signed baseballs from the MLB.”
“I know ballplayers today are a more intelligent group, and there probably are players who think they are chemists and can examine the rubber compositions in baseballs," Solomon says, "but the balls are no different.”
“As Sidearm Delivery kinda hints at, pitchbacks weren't very good for baseballs, which is probably why he hated his so much.”
“The towns have also saved by bidding collectively for recreational equipment such as baseballs or athletic jerseys.”
“Eighteen stainless steel "baseballs" follow the theoretical model of the trajectory of a curving fast ball pitch.”
“The OD had bought a stand for hitting soft "baseballs" safe for kids, and we set that up for them.”
“They had just gotten their new Clammy Sosa costume and had requested a trap door in the mouth to spit items out, such as baseballs or gloves.”
“The only market for those kind of baseballs would be if they are signed by the players," Lau said.”
“It can pitch a variety of balls such as baseballs, tennis balls, and rubber balls.”
“CHICAGO Instead of swaying palm trees, the roar of 747s greeted baseballs ubiquitous managers Monday as they began entertainment for their annual meeting.”
Looking for tweets for baseballs.