- n a form of baseball played in the streets with a rubber ball and broomstick handle
- Street stickball was a welcome interruption.
- But despite the camouflage, if he were taken prisoner by the Daily News, his cover would be blown when he couldn't recite the rules of stickball.
- The Ronettes playing stickball on Manhattan's Mott Street.
- Chipper Jones in USA Today
It was just an in-between hop,Jones said. "I've played stickball in parking lots softer than that field. You have to hold your ground right there. Unfortunately, it hit my chest. Anything to my right, I can step on third, anything to my...
- Linda Sanchez in San Diego Union Tribune
The trajectory many teenagers follow takes them from "stickball to Xbox," Sanchez said.
- Whitey Ford in New York Times
The name rings a bell, but we are talking about more than 60 years ago,Ford said. "He and I were no different than most of the kids in Astoria back then. We played baseball, stickball and roller hockey. We stayed busy."