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For how much you stand in a game Im comfortable saying you wouldntlast a day in the brutally fast paced game created by murderous Indianspreparing for war that we call lacrosse today Austin you seem likeyoure in pretty decent shape being on a collegiate baseball team butwhen the ball is on the ground there is no doubt who will work thehardest fastest and exceed the demands of getting itDont get me wrong Baseball is Americas favorite pass time Everyoneloves a beautiful green field to sit back and relax and catch a ballgame After all Baseball is a pretty relaxed sport if not the mostrelaxed It seems that you and youre teammates are standing orpreparing themselves for a short quick play that has a really highchance to be called a dead ball foul From the pitcher winding up andthe crack of the bat before you even notice the play is already overAccording to Mike Sielski who actually did a timing on how long abaseball game really lasts for from the start of a play to a deadball out or strikeout the game is really only eighteen minutes longout of a three hour time at the stadium Wall Street SielskiThe argument is already over since out of the eighteen minutes you areactually playing MLB is the number one Major League sport steroids aremost actively used in So according to the numbers a baseball playerdrugged and ready to go would be able to put in all of their effort inone quarter length of a lacrosse game A quarter length is about fifteenminutes in lacrosse in college and pros Not only would they not beable to keep up but Lacrosse players would just be getting startedI give you credit though and I know how agile you have to be I usedto play baseball myself Its not easy being as agile as your team is totrack down the trajectory of a ball in a short time over a longdistance but
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