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Title: Baseball ABC
Author: McLoughlin Bros.
Release Date: September 3, 2006 [EBook #19169]
Language: English
Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1
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BASEBALL
ABC
McLoughlin·Bros·New·York
COPYRIGHTED 1885 BY McLOUGHLIN BROS.
A G M R W
B H N S X
C I O T Y
D J P U Z
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C on his face.
A fun, When Base-Ball he plays, none like him can run. B BASE.
D the ground.
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F goes out.
G boys shout!
E out the bound.
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K gets out.
J Base-Keeper's shout.
I try.
H to the sky.
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M catch at all.
L catches FLY-BALLS.
N the ball high.
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R each base.
P you see.
O on the fly.
Q pitcher must be.
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U these games.
T after by James.
S he must chase.
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 tR,TOIC Vor fdsnatsneeohw b s'stZ NE,Ot nasdf roratherhis boy 
W the time.
V nine.
X errors point out. Y injured no doubt. Z tall, Who thinks there's no fun like a game of Base-Ball.
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BASE-BALL A. B. C.
A stands for ARTHUR, a boy fond of fun,  When Base-Ball he plays, none like him can run. B stands for BALL, for BAT, and for BASE. C stands for CATCHER, with mask on his face. D stands for DIAMOND drawn flat on the ground. E stands for EDWARD, who marks out the bound. F stands for FOUL on which Arthur goes out. G stands for "GO"—How the merry boys shout! H stands for HIGH-BALL, knocked up to the sky. I stands for INNINGS, for which we all try. J stands for JUDGEMENT, the Base-Keeper's shout. K stands for KARL, who so quickly gets out. L stands for LEFT-FIELD, who catches FLY-BALLS. M stands for MUFF, who cannot catch at all. N stands for NORMAN, who knocks the ball high. O stands for OUT, when it's caught on the fly. P stands for PITCHER, a smart boy you see. Q stands for QUICK, which this pitcher must be. R stands for RUNNER, who runs to each base. S stands for SHORT-STOP, the ball he must chase. T stands for THIRD-BASE, looked after by James. U stands for UMPIRE, who judges these games. V stands for VICTOR, the best of the nine. W stands for WILLIAM, who tells us the time. X stands for SCORE-MARK, which errors point out. Y stands for YOUTH, who's been injured no doubt. Z stands for ZENO, this boy rather tall,  Who thinks there's no fun like a game of Base-Ball.
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