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The only other significant change since then was in 1974 when the cover was changed from horsehide to cowhide.
The bowler (hurler, thrower or feeder), as the pitcher is called, threw the apple (pill, horsehide or onion), the ball, over the dish (home plate) as the striker (hitter) tried to hit it with his willow (bat).
There is no sense trying to get into a WAR of numerical horsehide attrition with Keith Law.
They are often treated as sacred horsehide monks or something.
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