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I want to have a birthday party for my son who is turning seven. We have a baseball theme and have planned to have a pinata. What other games would be fun? Since his birthday is in August, school friends are not always available so I do not know how many kids will be there.

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By guest (Guest Post)
July 24, 20050 found this helpful

Baseless Baseball

This is a game played much like pinball. Players aim at targets and award hits (singles, doubles, triples and home runs) for striking each one.

WHAT YOU NEED:

- Rubber or tennis ball

How to play:

Step 1: First, players need to decide upon a throwing line and targets. Rocks can be targets. So can boxes, toy cars, piles of leaves and old sweatshirts. Make the scoring system equal to the task. Each target is worth a certain kind of hit. Easy targets are singles, harder ones are doubles and so on.

Step 2: Players take turns throwing at the targets. If the target is hit, the player's team gets the corresponding award. If the target is missed, that player's team is given one out. When the thrower has three outs, the next thrower comes to bat.

Step 3: Play as many innings as you like, keeping score. The player with the most hits gets to pick the next targets.

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By guest (Guest Post)
July 26, 20050 found this helpful

This is almost silly...but what about "BASEBALL"? Doesn't have to be a real game, just for fun with as many players as you have! Or let the kids hit the baseballs around for a while. Maybe some wouldn't be into this, though, your son knows the kids. They sell "water bomb" baseball kits. It's just a bat with a foam & fabric "water bomb" ball that you dip in a pail of water, throw & hit. Then, splash! Batter gets wet! You re-use the balls. Could get a bunch of "water balls" at discount stores & use any bat, preferably plastic. FUN! Add more fun by putting a sprinkler at the pitcher's spot? or anywhere.

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By guest (Guest Post)
August 21, 20060 found this helpful

If you pick up this item there will be a line to play with it... One person pitches and one person hits.... We draw crowd everytime we go to the park..http://bestspor  t.com/blank.html

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