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|Date=1834/03/01
 
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|State=MA
 
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|City=Boston
 
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|Description=<p>Describing "Base, or Goal Ball", author Robin Carver diagrammed a diamond- shaped arrangement of bases, the first association of diamond with the game.</p>
 
|Description=<p>Describing "Base, or Goal Ball", author Robin Carver diagrammed a diamond- shaped arrangement of bases, the first association of diamond with the game.</p>
 
<p>Later, the adoption of equidistance between the bases rendered the arrangement a square, but the the use of "diamond" has persisted.</p>
 
<p>Later, the adoption of equidistance between the bases rendered the arrangement a square, but the the use of "diamond" has persisted.</p>
 
|Sources=<p>Robin Carver,&nbsp;<em>The Book of Sports,&nbsp;</em>1834</p>
 
|Sources=<p>Robin Carver,&nbsp;<em>The Book of Sports,&nbsp;</em>1834</p>
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|Submitted by=Bob Tholkes
 
|Submitted by=Bob Tholkes
 
|Submission Note=3/28/2015
 
|Submission Note=3/28/2015
 
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Date 1834
Location Boston, MA, United States
Description

Describing "Base, or Goal Ball", author Robin Carver diagrammed a diamond- shaped arrangement of bases, the first association of diamond with the game.

Later, the adoption of equidistance between the bases rendered the arrangement a square, but the the use of "diamond" has persisted.

Sources

Robin Carver, The Book of Sports, 1834

Submitted by Bob Tholkes
Submission Note 3/28/2015



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