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The individual plates were linked internally by articulating leathers, as on all later
plate armour, allowing free movement. Apart from helmets, armour of large plates
was probably unknown in western Europe during the Dark Ages, but in the late ...
spike plates, give the player a good grip on both the turf and the grassless dirt
surface of the base lines. The pitcher also wears on his pitching foot (right foot for
a right- handed pitcher; left foot for a left-handed pitcher) an additional pitcher's ...
plate, ready, as are the pitcher and catcher, to rush toward the bunted ball and to
throw it to second, third, or home for the force play or to first to retire the runner. In
many situations arising in the course of one game, Infield the infielders must ...
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