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Why is important that players run to the bases between innings?


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2010-06-30 23:25:54
2010-06-30 23:25:54

I think it's mainly a case of staying loose and avoiding cramps.

Running on and off the field not only moves along the pace of the game but is also a way to look like a team ready to play

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This reaction is useful but it is not the most important between uses of bases.

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It is important for the molecules to separate between the bases during the replication of double stranded DNA because they must be equally divided to ensure each contains all the needed information.

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So the players have something to run to

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