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1930s Baseball Slang

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Baseball slang collected during the 1930s includes fishing trip for “taking a swing at a bad ball,” pour the pine for “to hit a good ball solidly,” and the derisive term collisions for “college players,”, that is, “collegians.” This is part of a complete episode.

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