The goal of baseball is to score more runs than your opponent. The idea is to hit the ball thrown at you as far as you can before running around 4 bases to complete a run. Once a player manages to get around all four bases before being eliminated, another hitter enters. Baseball is a game played between two teams of nine players each.
The game is divided into nine innings, each divided into two halves. In the upper half of the inning, players from one team hit in succession and try to score runs, while the other team plays on the field and tries to prevent the offensive team from scoring. In the lower half, teams swap places. The team with the most runs at the end of nine innings is the winner of the game.
Receptors have many defense functions. Primarily, they are responsible for catching all the pitches thrown by their team's pitchers and often suggest selecting the field by hand signals before the pitch showing between their legs and out of sight of the opposing team. Receivers are also asked to throw at second and third base to prevent runners from stealing bags. In addition, receivers block throws thrown to the ground in front of the home plate and frame throws near the strike zone by moving their receiver gloves slightly to the strike zone after catching the throws.