You name a sport, I've probably done it. Including a pickup game of cricket, which was six shades of AWESOME.
As for right now? Martial Arts (mostly weapons based training) and ~ULTIMATE FRISBEE are my main ones I do on a regular basis. I played baseball for sixteen years and soccer for eight, so I try to get in a few games a year (doing things for that long, they stay in your blood). Ball hockey whenever there's a game going on.
When we've been here ten thousand years... Bright shining as the sun. We've no less days to sing God's praise... Then when we've first begun.
Used to be super active in all sorts of sports. These days it's limited to football every once in awhile, soccer even more rarely, and ultimate (Frisbee) like it was my job. El Nastio, do you just play pickup ultimate or are you on any competitive and/or traveling teams?
I usually play coed slowpitch softball in the Spring and Fall...though depends on how it fits into my schedule.
I play on a coed beach flag football team in the Fall/Winter and in the Spring.
I also am now on a women's tackle football team. I guess you would call it semi-pro, however we don't get paid (the team owner makes money though). We do travel and play teams from other states. This is my first year...should be interesting...
I also enjoy playing basketball, but don't get the chance to play often.
"The ballplayer who loses his head, who can't keep his cool, is worse than no ballplayer at all." --Lou Gehrig
I played baseball, basketball and soccer in high-school and would love to still be active in soccer, but haven't been lately. Did play some pick-up games a few years ago with high-school friends before we all graduated college and moved on.
Racquetball is my sport of choice now, though again, since I've moved away from college (where we had access to courts), I haven't played much. But I do love to play - I could play for hours. I've been playing more and more golf the last few summers, partly because my girlfriend is a former state champion in golf.
And yeah, if we're counting running, that's pretty much what I do to stay in (decent) shape.
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I think I've only seen one thing that qualifies: World Series, Game 4 - October 31st, 2001. On this night, Byung-Hyun Kim began his transformation from star closer into the New York Yankees' personal bitch.