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1. The manner in which a thrown, struck or kicked ball contacts and rebounds from a playing surface. Ideal ball response is consistent in both direction and speed.<br>
 
1. The manner in which a thrown, struck or kicked ball contacts and rebounds from a playing surface. Ideal ball response is consistent in both direction and speed.<br>
 
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http://chronicle.augusta.com/images/headlines/042801/Greenjackets_Perez_Ground.jpg
 
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This is a picture of a shortstop fielding a grounder and without proper ball repsonse one wouldnt know how the ball would come off the bounce.
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'''Source:'''http://chronicle.augusta.com/images/headlines/042801/slideshow/daily2.html

Revision as of 20:16, 28 February 2006


1. The manner in which a thrown, struck or kicked ball contacts and rebounds from a playing surface. Ideal ball response is consistent in both direction and speed.
Greenjackets_Perez_Ground.jpg
This is a picture of a shortstop fielding a grounder and without proper ball repsonse one wouldnt know how the ball would come off the bounce.
Source:http://chronicle.augusta.com/images/headlines/042801/slideshow/daily2.html