- 1 Post By probus
Does this " free balls" mean "a ball free of charge that you get" or "a ball that left a player, never reaching another", a technical term?
8)W: The green grass refreshes my eyes. M: Right. Look at the crowd cheering. Iím already excited. W: Yeah, I love the atmosphere here. And our seats are really nice. M: I came early to get these seats. We have a higher chance to get free balls from the players here. W: Awesome! By the way, arenít you hungry? Letís grab a bite downstairs.
Re: free balls
No. Free balls are those that have left the field of play and are available to be harvested by spectators.
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