is far easier to learn than people think. Compared to :
• 10 outs per inning. 1 or 2 innings per match.
• 2 people are at bat at the same time. If they score 1 or 3 runs on a hit, they switch who will hit.
• There are 2 bases. A majority of runs are scored by running back and forth between them.
• Score notation is "runs/outs", e.g. 293/8.
• The ball is not thrown normally, but is supposed to be slung with a mostly loose arm.

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