How Do You Play The Drinking Game Baseball?
The object of drinking games is to get drunk, usually as quickly as possible. Drinking games were said to have originated in ancient China, where most games included dice or an exchange of riddles between participants. It is possible to play the drinking game Baseball with a nonalcoholic beverage instead of beer, but you’ll have to tally points per “shot” consumed so a winner can be determined. Place all four shot glasses in a line stretching across a flat surface. The shot glass closest to the playing area represents a single, the second closest is a double, the third a triple, and the farthest away is a home run. Instruct players to organize a batting order, and stick to this batting order throughout the duration of the game. A player will attempt to throw a quarter three times. The object is to get it into the farthest shot glass, the home run. Start “batting” through the lineup. If a player throws a quarter and makes it into the first shot glass, he must drink all of the shot glass