The female players of base ball said that we would have to secure first position as we have worked hard in training.
What does BB stand for?
BB stands for Base Ball
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We have 199 other meanings of BB in our Acronym Attic
- Barbara Bush (wrestling)
- Barbell (weight lifting)
- Bare Back
- Bare Base
- Bareboat (chartered shipping term)
- Bargain Booze (UK store)
- Bargaining Board (pay plan for US Federal government employees represented by a bargaining unit union)
- Barnacle Boy
- Barnbördshus (Swedish: Maternity Ward)
- Barry Bonds (baseball player)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The victim was throttled, bound and gagged, locked in a cupboard, beaten with a base ball bat and then shot at point blank range to the face with a BB gun.
He is described as being white, about 6ft 3ins tall, medium build, 20 to 23 years old and was wearing a checked base ball cap and dark tracksuit bottoms.
The Hoover Historical Center sponsors the Hoover Sweepers 1860s base ball (it was two words back then) club, a charter member of The Vintage Base Ball Association.
He was wearing a dark blue base ball cap with the NY logo and a purple or blue fleece with blue jeans.
One of the most successful examples of player resistance occurred in 1885, when John Montgomery Ward, attorney and captain of the New York Giants, organized the Brotherhood of Professional Base Ball Players.
Louis native, said the move will put him closer to his dream of becoming a play-by-play announcer for the Cardinals base ball team.
There is nothing which will help quicker and better to amalgamate the foreign born, and those born of foreign parents in this country, than to give them a little good bringing-up in the good old fashioned game of Base Ball," he argued - a tactic that would keep them from "spending their hours fussing around in conspiring and hatching up plots when they should be out in the open improving their lungs.