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|Description=<p>per Perrin (1902) – Apparently an indoor game derived from baseball. A member of the in-team throws the ball to an area guarded by the pitcher, and runs if and when the ball passes through. There is tagging but no plugging.</p>
|Description=<p>per Perrin (1902) – Apparently an indoor game derived from baseball. A member of the in-team throws the ball to an area guarded by the pitcher, and runs if and when the ball passes through. There is tagging but no plugging.</p>
|Sources=<p><span>E. Perrin, et. Al., </span><em>One Hundred and Fifty Gymnastic Games</em><span> (G. H. Ellis, Boston, 1902), pages 59-63.</span></p>
|Sources=<p><span>E. Perrin, et. Al., </span><em>One Hundred and Fifty Gymnastic Games</em><span> (G. H. Ellis, Boston, 1902), pages 59-63.</span></p>
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Description

per Perrin (1902) – Apparently an indoor game derived from baseball. A member of the in-team throws the ball to an area guarded by the pitcher, and runs if and when the ball passes through. There is tagging but no plugging.

Sources

E. Perrin, et. Al., One Hundred and Fifty Gymnastic Games (G. H. Ellis, Boston, 1902), pages 59-63.

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