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The Baseball Words You’ll Need for the World Series

The Baseball Words You’ll Need for the World Series

ワールドシリーズで必要な野球に関する言葉
18 Words • 17 Comments
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loser
敗者 (n)敗者
loser
面白くなさそうな敗者
unhappy loser
敗者 (n)敗者
loser
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stadium
スタジアム (n)スタジアム
stadium
スポーツのスタジアム
sports stadium
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スタジアム (n)スタジアム
stadium
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team
チーム (n)チーム
team
チームの努力
team effort
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チーム (n)チーム
team
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baseball
野球 (n)野球
baseball
チームにわかれて野球をしている。
The teams are playing baseball.
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野球 (n)野球
baseball
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ball
ボール (n)ボール
ball
ボール (n)ボール
ball
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winner
勝者 (n)勝者
winner
勝者 (n)勝者
winner
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catcher
キャッチャー (n)キャッチャー
catcher
キャッチャー (n)キャッチャー
catcher
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strike
ストライク (n)ストライク
strike
ストライク (n)ストライク
strike
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homerun
ホームラン (n)ホームラン
homerun
ホームラン (n)ホームラン
homerun
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home
ホーム (n)ホーム
home
ホーム (n)ホーム
home
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pitcher
ピッチャー (n)ピッチャー
pitcher
ピッチャー (n)ピッチャー
pitcher
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batter
バッター (n)バッター
batter
バッター (n)バッター
batter
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pitcher
投手 (n)投手
pitcher
投手 (n)投手
pitcher
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batter
打者 (n)打者
batter
打者 (n)打者
batter
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catcher
捕手 (n)捕手
catcher
捕手 (n)捕手
catcher
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fielder
野手 (n)野手
fielder
野手 (n)野手
fielder
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fan
ファン (n)ファン
fan
ファン (n)ファン
fan
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bat
バット (n)バット
bat
バット (n)バット
bat
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avatar JapanesePod101.com Friday at 12:44 pm

Are you a baseball fan? Let us know in Japanese and leave a comment!

avatar JapanesePod101.com Tuesday at 9:09 pm

Richard-san,
konnichiwa! 😄
Yes, you’ve got the first sentence (particles included) right! 😇:thumbsup:

As to those phrases…all of them are baseball specific phrases, although よっしゃ can be
used in any situations….
I’m not sure how well you actually know and understand Japanese, but
translation into English might not be helpful here. かっとばせ is not exactly ‘get on base’,
but it could be ‘hit it’ too. It simply means ‘to hit the ball to a long distance’
and ぶちかませ in this case means almost the same. The latter can mean more than that
and also it’s not a very ‘nice’ language.
ここで一発 in this case… this is not a ‘translation’, but what we insinuate is ‘now it’s a good time
to have a hit’, hoping for a home run.

Hope this helps!

Natsuko (奈津子),
Team JapanesePod101.com

avatar Richard Sunday at 6:15 am

ぼくはひろしまCarpがだいすきです。
Boku wa hiroshima carp ga daiski des.
I love the Hiroshima Carp.

Did I get my particles right?

Some baseball phrases from the Cheer Bats that I bought at a Carp game this summer:
よっしゃ!
Yo-sha!
Alrighty!

かっとばせ!
Kattobase!
Get on base!

ぶちかませ!
Buchikamase!
Not sure about this one; might be “Hit it!”

ここで 一発
Not sure I got the last character right, the font on the Cheer Bat is really hard to read.
Koko de … here in「 something」

avatar JapanesePod101.com Friday at 11:44 am

Hi モノノフしょうがない,

Thank you for posting and for sharing the link with your classmates :thumbsup:
Let us know if you have questions regarding our lessons.

Sincerely,
Laura
Team JapanesePod101.com

avatar モノノフしょうがない Tuesday at 8:28 am

Hi, I just wanted to second George-san’s proposal. I am no expert to be sure, but I do like baseball and would like to understand it in Japanese. I found a site with a long list of Japanese baseball terms, phrases, etc. If it’s ok to do so here, I can post the link: http://www.jekai.org/entries/aa/00/np/aa00np53.htm

avatar JapanesePod101.com Tuesday at 5:03 pm

Hi George,

Thank you for your comment and suggestion!
We will consider it for sure.

Cheers,
Laura
Team JapanesePod101.com

avatar George Saturday at 10:17 pm

March 27 is opening day for Japanese Pro Baseball. Anyone interested in getting a word list together? Seems like we have a few experts here and I would be happy to contribute some things I have managed to pick up.

avatar JapanesePod101.com Monday at 6:56 pm

モノノフしょうがないさん、
今日は。
また練習すればいいですよ。
一緒に頑張りましょう。😄

Yuki 由紀
Team JapanesePod101.com

avatar モノノフしょうがない Saturday at 2:53 pm

由紀先生、こんにちは。

お返事ありがとうございます。
なるほど。私は助詞をまた間違えてしまいました。

And now I am in the process of going though the entire particle series you offer here (just did up to lesson 4). Hopefully I can remedy this situation.

頑張ります。

avatar JapanesePod101.com Tuesday at 5:35 pm

モノノフしょうがない さん、

今日は。
そうでしたか。野球ファンでしたか。
「いつか日本に野球の試合を見に行きたいです。」ですね。
ぜひ行ってください。

Yuki 由紀
Team JapanesePod101.com

avatar モノノフしょうがない Saturday at 12:42 pm

皆さん、こんばんは。楽しい話題ですね。私も野球のファンなんです。youtubeで日本の野球を見たことがあります。面白いですよ。いつか日本では野球の試合を見に行きたいです。

( Good evening everyone. This is a fun topic. I am also a baseball fan. I have seen some Japanese baseball on youtube before, it was pretty interesting. Someday, I would like to actually go to see a baseball game in Japan. )