|Name||Why it's a sporty dog name?|
|Ace||a legal serve that goes untouched (tennis)|
|Adidas||a popular sporting goods footwear and apparel company|
|Assist||a stat given to a player whose pass results in a bucket (basketball)|
|Audible||to change the play (football)|
|Balk||when a pitcher makes an illegal motion (baseball)|
|Batter||the person swinging the bat (baseball)|
|Bender||term for an ankle bender (hockey)|
|Blitz||when extra players are sent after the quarterback (football)|
|Block||when a defender legally deflects an opponent's shot (basketball)|
|Blooper||a weak fly ball that drops in for a single (baseball)|
|Bogey||a score of one above par for a hole (golf)|
|Brick||a shot that bounces off of the rim (basketball)|
|Bullpen||a place for relief pitchers to warm up (baseball)|
|Bunker||an obstacle near the green or fairway that usually contains sand (golf)|
|Buzzer||a mechanical device that emits a sound signaling the end of a quarter or period (multiple)|
|Caddy||a person who carries a player's golf clubs and bag (golf)|
|Callaway||a sporting goods and equipment manufacturer (golf)|
|Catcher||a position in baseball that receives the pitches (baseball)|
|Champ||short for champion|
|Chip||a short shot from right outside the green (golf)|
|Cleats||a type of athletic shoe used in multiple sports|
|Coach||a person responsible for the direction and training of the players (multiple)|
|Crackerjack||an exceptionally talented player (multiple)|
|Cross||a dominate punch thrown across the leading arm (boxing)|
|Deuce||a curveball (baseball)|
|Diamond||word used to refer to the area between the bases of the infield (baseball)|
|Dime||another term for an assist (basketball)|
|Dinger||slang for a home run (baseball)|
|Divot||the hole left behind when a golf club displaces some turf (golf)|
|Dormie||when the player is up by the same number of remaining holes in the match (golf)|
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|Wrigley||Baseball my grandkids favorite sport!|
|Wembley||She adores soccer balls.|
|Lebron||Lebron James is the g.o.a.t|
|Homer||Another name for a homerun ( homerun)|
Once upon a time, there was a little dog named Scrappy. Scrappy was a stray dog who was wandering around the streets of the city when he was found by a group of baseball players. The players were on their way to the stadium for a game and were immediately struck by the dog's adorable face and friendly demeanor. They decided to bring Scrappy along with them to the game, and little did they know, he would soon become the team's most valuable player.
Scrappy quickly became the team's unofficial mascot. He would run around the field during practice, barking and chasing after balls. His infectious energy and playful personality lifted the players' spirits, and soon they started to play better than ever before. The fans loved him too - Scrappy became a fixture at the stadium, with fans lining up to take pictures with him before and after games.
As the season progressed, the team started winning more and more games. Scrappy was always there, cheering them on from the sidelines, and the players felt like they had an extra boost of energy every time he was around. Soon, they found themselves in the playoffs, with a chance to make it to the championship game.
The championship game was the biggest game of the season, and the players were feeling nervous. They had never made it this far before, and they knew they were up against a tough opponent. As they stepped out onto the field, Scrappy was right there with them, wagging his tail and barking in excitement.
The game was intense, with both teams battling it out for every run. In the ninth inning, with the score tied, the opposing team had the bases loaded with two outs. The crowd was on its feet, screaming and cheering. The tension was palpable.
That's when Scrappy made his move. He ran out onto the field, barking and chasing after a ball that had been hit into the outfield. The opposing team's runner was distracted, and the outfielder was able to make the catch and throw the ball back to home plate, just in time to tag out the runner and end the inning.
The crowd went wild, and the players lifted Scrappy up onto their shoulders, chanting his name. With Scrappy's help, they went on to win the game and the championship. Scrappy had become a hero, not just to the team, but to the entire city.
From that day on, Scrappy was known as the greatest baseball mascot of all time. He was immortalized in statues and murals throughout the city, and his picture was on every team poster and program. But he didn't let his fame go to his head - he was still just a little dog, happy to chase after balls and bring joy to everyone he met. And for the players, he would always be their lucky charm, the one who helped them achieve the ultimate victory.
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