How to distinguish cricket and baseball? (Part 2)

Ball

The cricket ball is made up of cork and covered with leather. The ball is round and weighs from 5, 5 to 5, 75 ounces and measures between 8 13/16 and 9 inches in circumference.

Baseball is made up of a cork and rubber mixture, wrapped in yarn and then covered with leather. The ball is round and sized from 9 to 91⁄4 inches with a circumference of 27⁄8 in diameter 3 inches. Balls should not weigh less than 5 ounces or more than 5 and 1/4 ounces.

Stick

The bat lies flat on the prominent side and has a ridge on the back. It is made of willow wood and connected to a long cylindrical handle. The handle is usually wrapped in a rubber clip. The length of the bat varies, but can be no more than 38 inches high and 4, 25 inches wide. Although not standard, the bats usually weigh from 2 lb 7 oz to 3 lb.

A round metal or wooden bat is used to strike the ball. It has a rounded top and a flat knob at the bottom of the bat. Bats may have a diameter of no more than 2, 75 inches in the thickest part and no longer than 42 inches. The bat weighs no more than 33 ounces; However the weight may vary depending on the player.

The color of the ball

White (for an international day) and Red (for test matches).

White ball with red stitches on it.

Protective gear

Pads, Helmets and other pads for body parts (batsman only). No protective equipment is allowed for the miners except those standing very close to the batsman (Silly points, short legs, etc.)

Gloves in non-thrown gloves may use hard plastic hats and cushions. The arrestor needs plastic protective gear, padded breast protectors and a helmet. Pedestrians must use hard plastic helmets, can use shiguards and gloves.