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|Description=A fungo game in which a player who catches the ball on the fly qualifies to become the hitter.[107]  Regionally variant names include Knock-Up and Knock-Up and Catch.
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|Description=<p>A fungo game in which a player who catches the ball on the fly qualifies to become the hitter. Regionally variant names include Knock-Up and Knock-Up and Catch.</p>
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|Sources=<p><span>F. G. Cassidy et al., </span><em>Dictionary of American Regional English</em><span> (Harvard University Press, 1996), page 245.</span></p>
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Baseball · Kickball · Scrub · Fungo · Hat ball · Hook-em-snivy


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Description

A fungo game in which a player who catches the ball on the fly qualifies to become the hitter. Regionally variant names include Knock-Up and Knock-Up and Catch.

Sources

F. G. Cassidy et al., Dictionary of American Regional English (Harvard University Press, 1996), page 245.

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