Now that you’ve mastered beer pong go on to baseball (Beer Pong + Flip Cup). A trip to Bodega isn’t complete until you play a few rounds of our favorite games, beer pong, and flip cup. They become filthy quickly and always have a great time.
But I have taken drinking games to the next level by developing something that brings together the best of both sports and gets you screwed up while drinking baseball! Here’s how the cocktails are presented!
What You’ll Need To Play
Baseball Drinking Game Setup
Pong Baseball table arrangement is important since you must learn how to hit singles, doubles, triples, home runs, and first, second, and third base. There should be plenty of space surrounding the beer pong table. Be inventive if you don’t have enough space, such as in a college dorm
If you split the field in half (players exchange sides on O/D while you only have 4 cups for hitting), you may use a smaller table.
Okay, lay out the table the long way. Beginning at the short side of the table’s edge, each team should identify the midway and position four cups stretching out in line toward the opposite side. From the outside in, they are the homerun cup, triple cup, double cup, and single cup.
How To Play Baseball the Drinking Game?
Each hitter has three strikes, and each side has three outs, just as in baseball.
The first hitter attempts to hit a single, double, triple, or homerun with a ping pong ball. They have three strikes, the same as in baseball.
When the second batter comes up, they perform the same thing to reach base. They may advance other base runners, much as in the actual game. So, if the first batter is on first and the following hitter hits a double, the second batter moves to second base, and the first batter moves to third.
Similarly, a home run is an instant point for the hitter and everyone on base.
When a hitter advances to second base, a defender stands across from them at the cup.
Stealing A Base
This is when simple flip-cup games come in handy. A hitter on base may engage in a flip-cup war with the defensive player across from them at any time. They each guzzle the beer, and whoever flips their cup first wins. If the hitter wins, they advance one base. The batter is out if the defense prevails.
This may be a terrific boost to your team’s score, but only if you’re confident in your flip-cup talents!
Scoring And Winning
Keep note of the number of runs each team receives. You may determine the winner based on who has the most points after nine innings, but let’s be honest: nobody will make it that far. Instead, play the “little league” version and end after six innings, or choose a number (like 11 or 15) and say whoever gets to that score first wins.
Baseball Drinking Game Gameplay
Once everything is in place, you may begin playing the game! Here’s how to play the Baseball Drinking Game, step by step:
The offensive team’s players attempt to hurl a ping-pong ball into one of the opposing team’s four cups.
The hitter stands behind their team’s end of the table and attempts to hit one of the four cups at the other end of the table.
Different rules apply to the batter depending on which cup the ping-pong ball falls in:
2. If…, the batter is out.
Under certain scenarios, the batter is out, and the next player on their team must take their turn. If the batter fails to:
3. The teams exchange attack and defense after three outs.
The teams exchange offensive and defensive roles when three players from the same squad are injured. The opposite team is now on the offense, while the first team is now on defense.
4. Earn a point by challenging your opponent to a game of flip-cup.
The batter may challenge their opponents to a round of the flip cups at any moment. They need to sip their cup and set them upside down on the table’s edge. The opponent must then do the same.
5. The team with the most points wins.
You can play until a score is obtained or for a certain length. The winning team is the one with the most points after the game!
Baseball Drinking Game Rules
Here are all of the Baseball Drinking Game drinking regulations summarised:
If a ball falls into your cup, you must drink.
If the ball falls into one of the four cups, the owner of that cup must take a sip of their drink.
If you play flip cup, you must drink.
At any point, the batter may challenge the defense to a round of the cup. Both must sip their cup and set them upside down on the table’s edge.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many people play baseball-drinking games?
Baseball requires at least four players, but the optimal number is eight split into four-player teams. You may easily go beyond 8, but with more than four persons on a team, everyone can’t participate in the action simultaneously.