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Haiku Baseball Poems | Haiku Poems About Baseball

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Depression

Fighting Depression
We’ll defeat this enemy
We’ll soar like eagles

Edward J. Ebbs - 09/27/14

Copyright © Edward Ebbs

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Baseball Game

Swing of the bat, contests
Fielders’ gloves, ball in motion, 
Run, slide, throw - called safe!

Innings are by turns,
Dramatic or biding, boxscores
Revealing  who’s up.

Catching foul ball strays,
Or in bleachers just catch rays,
Fans cheer, hoot and wave!

Hear “Smack!” a hit!
Vendors warble, “Peanuts and beer!”
Star spangled banner.

If you come early,
Ask for heros’ autographs,
Snap players’ faces.

Distance ‘tween bases,
Had to be divinely ordained,
Perfecting the game!

Whether the home team ,
Overcomes temporary calamity,
Makes or breaks dreams!

© Chaim Wilson

Copyright © Chaim Wilson

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Jeter's Farewell

Just like Field of Dreams
Derek Jeter's final game
Hello Hall of Fame

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Baseball over Winter Comes

Baseball came and gone
game seven was a delight
winter comes again

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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New York Joes

Joe DiMaggio
was never a Joe Namath
both had New York’s pride

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Utility Player

plays more than one base
the utility player
good player to have

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Jackie

Jackie Robinson
and his number forty-two
never forgotten

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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DH Rule

pitchers never hit
except for the Babe of course
hello DH Rule

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Thank You Samsung

Samsung saved the game
Instant replay in baseball
Much more excitement 

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Behind the Plate

number two sees all
the runners and the pitches
controls the ballgame

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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The Bull

Remember the Bull
Greg Luzinski left fielder
pride of the Phillies

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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One and Two

What's a battery?
A pitcher and a catcher
they'll power your team

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Ed Kranepool Intro

now give a big hand
Ed Kranepool Mets firstbaseman
Mister Met himself

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Baseball and Flying Saucers

Roswell Invaders
play Las Vegas Fifty-Ones
in one special game

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Hall of Fame Bound

Shoeless Joe Jackson
and Charlie Hustle Pete Rose
reinstate them both

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Fourth of July Weekend

Great start for weekend
four game sweep of the Blue Jays
Red Sox's streak begins

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Ball and Dogs

baseball and hot dogs
will always go together
like birthdays and cake

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Midseason Break

the day really drags
when no baseball being played
can't wait till Friday

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Remember Shoeless Joe

Shoeless Joe Jackson
always gave his very best
don't ever forget

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Iron Pigs

Phillies Triple-A
Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs
almost Major League

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Battle of the Sox

white against the red
not cowboys and Indians
White Sox and red Sox

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Squeeze Play

laying down a bunt
runner at third coming home
close play at the plate

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Williamsport

Pennsylvania
the Little League World series
where the dreams begin

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Yaz in Left Field

he threw out runners
over one-hundred-fifty
plus twenty- seven 

Copyright © Robert Heemstra