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Jai-Alai Pitchers

Hit *this* fastball
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Pitchers use jai-alai cestas to hurl insanely fast fastballs and wicked curves. The rest is self explainatory..
Mr Burns, Sep 29 2002

What is Jai-Alai? http://www.orlandojaialai.com/whatis.htm
He uses a what?.. [Mr Burns, Sep 29 2002]

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       Ow! That's not funny! Ouch!
reensure, Sep 29 2002
  

       "Hit the batter, he can walk"
Batter: "No, I can't!"
nick_n_uit, Sep 29 2002
  

       I could go for a tall ice-cold pitcher of jai-alai.
waugsqueke, Sep 29 2002
  

       Given that Jai-Alai originated from a game played by Incan priests who held †cats by their tails and swung at leather balls... I wonder how long it'll take 7/8 to start a "new" retro Jai-Alai fad.
†The cats would instinctively grab at the ball with their claws, thus enabling players to catch them.
thumbwax, Sep 29 2002
  

       Er, thumb, they had Incas in Basque country?
DrCurry, Sep 30 2002
  

       Uhh... I think this idea is incomplete without some consideration for the catcher...
lurch, Sep 30 2002
  

       Incans had the early version - damned Basques stole idea, as usual.
thumbwax, Sep 30 2002
  

       <snigger>
DrBob, Sep 30 2002
  

       //it's a little offtopic// Not for the halfbakery it's not..
Mr Burns, Sep 30 2002
  
      
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