This activity is a review game for solving quadratic equations. Students can practice a number of methods such as using the Quadratic Formula, completing the square, and factoring. The game has a baseball theme to further emphasize quadratic curves in the real-world and also creates a competitive and exciting atmosphere for students. The goal is for groups of students to solve equations and score runs. Each questions is supposed to represent a pop-fly where the batter and fielder are the roots of the equation. The baseball theme is intricately woven into the game in many ways. There are pinch hitter questions, runs, strikes, outs, and answers are given in a form that states which fielder would have to catch the ball and how far away from the batter they would be. The metaphor continues that answers with i are foul and have been hit into the grandstands.