The Vintage Base Ball Federation is a proposed baseball league which will play by the original rules of the game. Proposed by former Major League pitcher Jim Bouton in 2006, the rules will include: * Six balls for a walk * No strike count for a foul ball * A foul ball caught on a bounce will count as an out * A hit batsman will count as a ball and will not be awarded first base unless it is ball six * Only one ball will be used per game unless it becomes too worn out Bouton is opening the league to any amateur baseball or softball team

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  • The Vintage Base Ball Federation is a proposed baseball league which will play by the original rules of the game. Proposed by former Major League pitcher Jim Bouton in 2006, the rules will include: * Six balls for a walk * No strike count for a foul ball * A foul ball caught on a bounce will count as an out * A hit batsman will count as a ball and will not be awarded first base unless it is ball six * Only one ball will be used per game unless it becomes too worn out Bouton is opening the league to any amateur baseball or softball team (en)
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  • The Vintage Base Ball Federation is a proposed baseball league which will play by the original rules of the game. Proposed by former Major League pitcher Jim Bouton in 2006, the rules will include: * Six balls for a walk * No strike count for a foul ball * A foul ball caught on a bounce will count as an out * A hit batsman will count as a ball and will not be awarded first base unless it is ball six * Only one ball will be used per game unless it becomes too worn out Bouton is opening the league to any amateur baseball or softball team (en)
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  • Vintage Base Ball Federation (en)
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