The Unwritten Rules of Baseball

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From beanballs to basebrawls, the most important rules governing the game of baseball have never been officially written down—until now.

They have no sanction from the Commissioner, appear nowhere in any official publication, and are generally not posted on any clubhouse wall. They represent a set of time-honored customs, rituals, and good manners that show a respect for the game, one's teammates, and one's opponents. Sometimes they

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Publisher:HarperCollins
ISBN:9780061971242
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Words: 31,715
Unique Words: 3,719
Avg Sentence (words): 17.10
Avg Word (chars): 4.30
Chapters: 25
Paragraphs: 856
People: 682
Places: 81
Things: 293
Adult Reading Time: 2:07
Sentiment: 0.002
Intensity: 0.054
Reading Level: 8.0
Complexity Index: 149
SAT Words: 391
Nouns 65.0%
Verbs 20.0%
Adjectives 9.3%
Adverbs 3.4%
Other 2.3%
Profanity: 23
Explicit Activity: 14
Violence: 170

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