Vinotinto va al beisbol

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Vinotinto va al beisbol

  1. 1. Vinotinto se asoma al Beisbol<br />
  2. 2.
  3. 3. <ul><li>Elementos y Objetivo
  4. 4. Campo
  5. 5. Reglasbasicas
  6. 6. Pitcheo
  7. 7. Bateo
  8. 8. Equipos y organizacion
  9. 9. Historia
  10. 10. Curiosidades
  11. 11. Sopa de terminos</li></li></ul><li>Source: http://www.mightymuppets.com/images/softball_field_elements.gif<br />Source: Wikipedia<br /><ul><li> Baseball ‘diamond’: three bases and home plate
  12. 12. Infield and outfield; fair and foul territory
  13. 13. Nine players
  14. 14. Four umpires (referees):
  15. 15. Home plate, first base, second base, third base</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Un Equipobatea y el otro al campo
  16. 16. Cadaunotiene la oportunidad hasta que ponentresjugadores out y se cambian los roles
  17. 17. Cada par de cambio se llama entrada y se juegan 9 porcadajuego
  18. 18. El equipo con mascarreras al final de 9 innings gana el juego.</li></ul>* En caso de empate despues de 9 se sigue jugando hasta que alguno gane<br />
  19. 19. <ul><li>Pitcher starts with the ball, throws to catcher.
  20. 20. Batter can either swing or let the ball go by.
  21. 21. Swinging strike: Batter swings and misses -> strike
  22. 22. Called strike: Batter does not swing, but the home plate umpire determines that the pitch was in the strike zone (i.e. that it would have been easy to hit) -> strike
  23. 23. Ball: Batter does not swing, and the ball is outside the strike zone -> ball
  24. 24. Foul ball: Batted ball outside of fair territory; </li></ul>if the batter has less than two strikes, it counts as one strike; if he has two strikes, nothing happens.<br />
  25. 25. PosiblesResultados de un pitcheo<br /><ul><li>Strikeout: Batter gets to three strikes
  26. 26. Walk: Batter receives four balls before three strikes – automatic pass to first base.
  27. 27. Fly ball: Hit high in the air, fielders try to catch the ball to get the batter out
  28. 28. Ground ball: Ball bounces off the ground, infielders try to force the runner out at first base.</li></li></ul><li>How does a player get ‘out’?<br />Batting<br />Strike out: Three strikes before contact or four balls<br />Fly out: Batted ball is caught before it hits the ground<br />Running<br />Tag out: Fielder has ball in glove, touches runner<br />Force out: Fielder touches base before runner reaches it (most common type of out)<br />
  29. 29. If the batter hits the ball into fair territory…<br /><ul><li>Infielders try to force the batter out by throwing</li></ul> the ball to the first baseman.<br /><ul><li>Outfielders try to limit the number of bases that a batter can cover by returning the ball to the infield as quickly as possible.
  30. 30. Baserunners attempt to advance as far as possible without risking getting out. Runners are safe (cannot be called out) when they are touching any of the bases.</li></li></ul><li>
  31. 31. …just when you thought it was complex enough<br /><ul><li>Home run: If the batter hits the ball out of the field in fair territory, he (and all runners then on base) get to circle the bases and score runs.
  32. 32. Double play: If there is a baserunner on first, fielders can force the runner out before relaying the ball to first to force out the batter.
  33. 33. Stolen base: A baserunner on first can attempt to run to second base while the pitcher is throwing; if he is not tagged out before he reaches second, he has ‘stolen’ the base.
  34. 34. If a fly ball is caught, all base runners must return to their original base (‘tagging up’) – after that, they may try to run to additional bases while avoiding being tagged out.</li></li></ul><li>
  35. 35. Temporada regular <br />162 juegos<br />Juego de estrellas<br />Play off divisional<br />Final de Liga<br />Serie Mundial <br />
  36. 36. Ene -Feb<br />Mar <br />Abr - Oct<br />Oct –Dic<br />HS / College / MLB<br />Mexico / Japan / Otras<br />Caribe<br />Caribe<br />
  37. 37.
  38. 38.
  39. 39. 1850 1903 1948 1972 2011 <br />
  40. 40. Iconos<br />Abner Doubleday 1865<br />Cy Young 1890<br />Joe Shoeless Jackson 1915<br />Juez Landis 1920<br />Babe Ruth 1925<br />Connie Mack 1930<br />Ty Cobb 1935<br />Joe Dimaggio 1940<br />Jackie Robinson 1948<br />Charley Finley 1970<br />Mickey Mantle 1965<br />Pete Rose 1975<br />Hank Aaron 1975<br />Carl Ripken 1995<br />Marc McGuire 2005<br />Barry Bonds 2005<br />
  41. 41. AlgunasCuriosidades<br /><ul><li>Los umpires frotantodaslaspelotasque se van a usar antes de cadajuego
  42. 42. Los jugadores pagan porsus bates y guantes
  43. 43. El manager puedemultar y suspender peloteros
  44. 44. Unapareja de padre e hijojugosimultaneamentecomo regular en grandesLigas
  45. 45. El enanopelotero
  46. 46. Las supersticiones son parte integral del juego</li></li></ul><li>Sopa de terminos<br />Pisa y Corre<br />Squeeze play<br />Robo de base<br />Bateo y corrido<br />El librito<br />Reglas no escritas<br />Picher, Cuarto bate y novio de la madrina<br />Estas en tercera sin outs<br />Seventh inning strecth<br />Play Ball<br />Dejar en el terreno<br />Robo de senas<br />
  47. 47. ‘Take me out to the ball-game<br />Take me out to the crowd<br />Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack<br />I don’t care if I never get back<br />For it’s root, root, root for the home team<br />If they don’t win it’s a shame<br />For it’s one…two…three strikes you’re out at the old ball-game!’<br />

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