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The 1918 season had been the year that Ruth revolutionized the game from the Ty Cobb “deadball era” of choppy, small hits and bunts used to move the runner around, to the colossal over the fence home runs that Babe excelled at hitting.
In order to make it difficult for Crispin to bunt, Grant put one over high and closetoo high and too close.
He saw Grant looking toward the bench and placing himself in position to get away swiftly on the bunt.
The little bunt had proved so totally unexpected that the Belden players were caught flat-footed.
That fellow never swung at a ball before—that one never heard of a bunt—they throw like girls—Oh!
Pitcher and baseman ran for the bunt; Hollis was safe, and the sprinting Dreer went to third without even drawing a throw.
Then Dale and his men began to bunt little infield flies over the heads of their opponents.
Raymond could not bat, but he had developed into a wonder in reaching first base, by bunt or base on balls, or being hit.
On the next, Miller lay down a bunt that rolled slowly along the third base line.
The yard-arm and bunt gaskets were cast off; and each sail hung by the jigger, with one man standing by the tie to let it go.

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