Baseball is a game you play when you're smoking bud where you take a long hit off the pipe,blunt,joint etc. And hold it in till it goes all the way around the circle of potheads and the first person to choke loses
Mary jane-eh man I wanna get really faded
Smokey-eh lets play baseball I bet you'll choke first
A very strategic, complicated, and hard sport to play, but is sure fun to watch.
Lately, not only does America play baseball, but so does Japan, Cuba, Dominican Republic, austraila, South Africa and other countrys compete in something called the World Baseball Classic, kinda like the World Cup only it is a lot more fun to watch.
Many people find baseball boring which is untrue. Baseball is about 10X better to watch if your watching your favorite team play, which is why many TV Stations are based on one baseball team and many baseball announcers are biased for there favorite team. If your not watching your favorite team, then yeah, baseball is boring as hell.
European people can have they're soccer, cuz the Western Hemisphere, Asia, Australia, and South Africa are crazy over baseball not only making it America's pastime, but making it the world's pastime
Life (stupid urbandictionary is messing with the simplicity of this definition).
Person 1: Baseball is life
Person 2: That's repetitive, life is life?
The most boring sport. Sports like basketball, football, hockey, soccer, and lacrosse are much more exciting and fun to watch. It is not America's pastime, football is. It doesn't take as much athleticism as football or basketball, and doesn't take as much stamina as soccer or hockey. Lacrosse is also much harder to play. The game stops practically every five seconds, which makes watching it impossible. Most athletes are naturally gifted, while most baseball players are only good becuase they take steroids or some kind of performance enhancer.
Guy 1: Hey, wanna watch the baseball game? Derek Jeter has an amazing .321 batting average and 92 runs!
Guy 2: You're a faggot.
Best goddamn sport ever. Screw whatever the hell you assholes in Britian call Rounders. WTF is that shit? Baseball is a great game, and the AMERICAN pastime, so it's automatically freakin awesome. FUCK YOU BRITIAN!!!! CUZ WE WON THE REVOLUTION!!!! HA!!!!
American: Let's go watch the Yankees vs. Red Sox game at the bar.
Brit: I do believe we should go onto the pub and watch a little soccer
American: Never say soccer to an American you fag!!!
American:*punches out British bastard* C'mon guys, let's go watch the Yankees game. And then, we can laugh at England for losing the Revolution!
Other Americans: Sounds good Joe.
A sport that hardly anyone cares about anymore. For some reason it is called the national pastime of America even though hardly anyone there ever metions its existence.
Tom: Hey Bill did you watch the baseball game yesterday?
Bill: What the hell is base.... oh.... they still play that?
A game that takes all sorts of cunning, wit, skill, coordination, speed and yes, steroids. This sport is America's pasttime and was at one point actually fun to watch, a game where very few pitchers could throw in the 90s and it didn't even revolve around the longball (hard to imagine). These days, the question is who is the next big steroid bust going to be and how much money the trade will be worth. Unfortunately, the commissioner of baseball (Bud Selig) will never be able to truely enforce any regulation to clean up the game because of the incredibly strong Major League Baseball Players Association (led by anti-testing proponent donald Fehr). The MLBPA also has kept baseball as the only professional sport without a hard salary cap, which allows powerhouse teams such as the Yankees to buy all the high-market talent.
It is still a fun sport, but it would be a bad idea for anyone to attend or watch any baseball games until the sport is cleaned up.
Rafael Palmeiro: "Let me start by telling you this: I have never used steroids, period."
====10 days pass====
Rafael Palmeiro: "I have never intentionally used steroids. Never. Ever. Period. Ultimately, although I never intentionally put a banned substance into my body, the independent arbitrator ruled that I had to be suspended under the terms of the program."
Jason Grimsley confessed to the use of human growth hormones, amphetamines and steroids in 2003. Grimsley openly admitted to having half of his net-worth invested in his brother-in-law's pharmaceutical company and that he, Grimsley, was playing baseball as a hobby - implying that Grimsley is deeply entrenched personally and financially in widespread steroid use throughout Major League Baseball.