All right, Logan. Today, I'm going to explain to you the rules of baseball. Basically, it breaks down like this. You have two teams: a team that's batting, and a team that's fielding. So right now, Logan, we're fielding.
So one guy from our team, the pitcher—he's gonna stand right here, and he's gonna throw the ball to the batter, like this.
Here we go!
Right over home plate!
And when the ball gets right here, the batter is gonna swing...and we hit the ball!
We gotta run, we gotta run! Let's go, let's go! Let's run, run, run, run, run...
Come on, kid!
We run, run, run, run, run...
We gotta get to first base before the ball!
We run, run, run, run, run, run, run...
And we made it! Okay?
Now our teammate's up.
Here comes the pitch...there he goes...and he hits it!
He hits it! We gotta run! Run, run, run, run, run, run, run...
And we gotta tag second—that ball is deep! We tag second; coach is waving us in.
Let's go, let's go, let's go!
We tag third!
We keep running...we keep running, baby!
We gotta beat the ball to home plate!
And we run, we run, we run...and we're safe. We scored a point for our team.
And at the end of the game, the team that has the most points wins.
And baby, that's baseball.