|Date Added: December 14, 2008|
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Description: I guess you could say that I am on a sports binge today because I am going to submit some more tutorials on three different sporting objects. The first one I am going to submit is going to be on how to draw a baseball player step by step. If you were to ask me if I liked baseball I would have to say yes and no. Yes I like watching baseball and getting into the game, but no I don’t like playing baseball physically unless I am just goofing around with the ball and mitt with my brother. I mean I don’t know anyone that doesn’t like throwing a ball around for a while just for relaxation and fun. Baseball players on the other hand have to throw the ball around as a job. And at first I’m sure that they love what they do and think that it is a fun occupation to have. I think what baseball players don’t realize, is that after a while the “fun job” starts wearing on you physically, mentally, and emotionally. Nevertheless, each and every one of them is very skilled and swift at what they do, all the way down to the coach and catcher. In this bat and ball game there is two teams that have a total of nine players on each side. Now whether your into baseball or not, almost everyone knows what the purpose of the game is, the main goal of baseball is to try and score runs by hitting a ball as it is thrown at the player using a wooden bat. Once the player hits the ball the hitter than has to run to a total of four bases and he has to make sure that he touches each one in order to make it to home plate. All four bases are arranged at the corners of a ninety foot square that resembles a diamond shape. The game of baseball was first played in the year of 1755 in London, England. The players titles involved in the sport consist of a catcher, pitcher, first baseman, second baseman, short stop, and a third baseman. All these players play on the infield. In the outfield you have three baseball players; a left fielder, center fielder, and a right fielder. And so my friends, this is called baseball. This tutorial will show you how to draw a baseball player step by step using easy to follow instructions and simple to read steps. I will be back in a bit with more drawing fun so stay tuned there is more on the way.