I can’t understand this sentence well, it’s about baseball: A player who goes around all the bases scores a run for his team.
What does “bases” mean? “scores a run?”
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“bases” are markers on the field of play. See the diagram at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Baseball_diamond.svg
The players try to run all the way around the bases, returning to the start. When they do so, they “score a run”, which means that one point (run) is added to the team’s score.
Thank you very much,Dozy, for such clear explanation.