Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Baseball"

The meaning of "Baseball" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does He played baseball at school yesterday. mean?
A: It could be either for enjoyment or as a school activity, the sentence doesn't have enough information to tell.

"He played baseball in class yesterday" or "he had a school baseball game yesterday" are both school activities.

"He played baseball for fun yesterday" would be "baseball just for enjoyment".
Q: What does he usually wears a white baseball cap with crazy looking red shoes. mean?
A: he often wears a white baseball hat and red shoes that look a bit stupid
Q: What does he throw a no-hitter (baseball) mean?
A: No one hit the ball while he was pitching.
Q: What does I don't really know if I like baseball I have never seen a game, really. mean?
A: 野球の試合は見たことがないので、興味があるかどうか分からない。
Q: What does you traded your baseball cap for a crown
(what is traded?) mean?

Example sentences using "Baseball"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I used to play baseball.
I was weak.
I often had a cold.
But I playing baseball made me strong.
I had playing baseball for 9 years.
I thought important I’m exercise to stay healthy.
Correct?.
A: I used to play baseball.
I was weak.
I often had a cold.
But playing baseball made me strong.
I played baseball for 9 years.
I thought it was important that I exercise to stay healthy.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I play baseball on their team.

is it correct to put "on" here instead of "in/at".
A: Hi, yes, you can. It is just a matter of accent. like American would say in, British would say on, and vice versa. or it can be traced to personal preferences.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I liked baseball.
I have liked baseball..
A: Yes, the sentence does mean the person liked it before, but not anymore.

"I liked baseball back then."
"I liked baseball when the team I liked the best were winning."

Synonyms of "Baseball" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I got baseball tickets for next month and I got tickets for next month's baseball ?
A: I got tickets for next month’s baseball GAME.

They have a similar meaning however this sentence just needed to be finished.
Q: What is the difference between I played baseball and I have played baseball ?
A: It depends on how you answer the question you are given. You could be listing the things you have done, or affirming that you are familiar with what is being asked of you
Person A: What sports did you play in high school?
You: I played baseball.

Person A: Do you know the rules?
You: Yes, I have played baseball.

Or you can switch it around.
Person A: What sports did you take part in?
You: I have played baseball, soccer and cricket.

Person A: Do you know the rules?
You: Yes, I played baseball in high school.

You might feel more comfortable adding a little more to your answers to see if it feels right to you.
Q: What is the difference between Each baseball team has nine players. and Every baseball team has nine players. ?
A: Each in the first sentence would more likely be used when referencing ‘each’ single team, almost as if you were there explaining it to someone. The every in the second sentence is more as a general fact. Both sentences are correct by themselves, just their manner of referencing the teams could be more present tense with each and every is more generalized.
Q: What is the difference between She saw me play baseball and She saw me playing baseball ?
A: There is a small difference in meaning when a verb of perception is followed by the simple form of the verb, and when it is followed by the -ing form, as in these sentences:

(a)

Before we realized it, we saw a deer run across the road just in front of our car. Thankfully, he got to the other side safely, because we could not have avoided hitting him.

(b)

Before we realized it, we saw a deer running across the road, right in front of us. We put on our brakes quickly and just missed hitting him by an inch, as he leapt quickly out of the path of the car.

Sentence (a) describes a completed action; the observer saw the entire action of the deer's running across the road. Sentence (b) describes an incomplete action; the deer was in the middle of running across the road when we saw him. This sentence could be paraphrased to read: ".we saw a deer while he was running across the road."

The simple form of the verb, after a verb of perception, gives the idea that the action was observed from beginning to end during the time of perception, as in sentence (a) above and sentence (c) below.

The -ing form of the verb, after a verb of perception, gives the idea that the action is in progress but not completed at the time of perception, as in sentence (b) above and sentence (d) below:
Q: What is the difference between I play baseball once a week and I play baseball once per week ?
A: They mean the same thing! But "I play baseball once a week" sounds more natural.

Translations of "Baseball"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 야구장

baseball park, baseball stadium, baseball field
what is the most natural?
A: baseball stadium usually refers to the professional baseball parks, where there are many people.
baseball park can both be for professional and amateur parks.
baseball field can also be used to mean baseball park, but usually refers to only the field where the players play and does not refer to the area where the fans/spectators sit.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He is what/who we call a baseball legend.
Which is correct and why?
A: "What". Baseball legend is a title, rather than a person.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want you to know about baseball more.

Is it ok?
A: it’s correct!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I have always liked baseball since I was a child.
Is this sentence natural?
A: 完璧です!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Who is the baseball player surrounded by a lot of his fans?
A: who is that famous baseball player?

Other questions about "Baseball"

Q: I have played baseball from twelve to twenty years old and I watch more than 100 Japanese and American baseball games per a year. does this sound natural?
A: ✔️ - "From the age of twelve to the age of twenty, I have played baseball, and I've watched more than 100 baseball games per year."
Q: I love this baseball player because he's really handsome and his figure is beautiful. does this sound natural?
A: "... He's really handsome and he has a beautiful figure" or "he has a nice figure" are more natural.
Everything else is perfect
Q: About baseball game: Online ticket purchasing in English is officially available. I recommend you purchase the advance ticket on the website.
A ticket shop located in front of the stadium is also available on the game day, but the tickets is priced a little higher, and it might be likely to be sold out, because they are the most popular baseball team. does this sound natural?
A: Online ticket purchasing in English is officially available. I recommend you purchase the ticket in advance on our website.
A ticket shop located in front of the stadium is also available on the game day, but the tickets are priced a little higher, and they are likely to be sold out if the game is for a popular baseball team.
Q: I found we didn't have many in common other than baseball. does this sound natural?
A: "I found out we didn't have much in common other than baseball."
Q: I like the baseballs. does this sound natural?
A: It should be: "I like to play baseball."

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