Hardball

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Hardball, in English, generally refers to baseball (as opposed to its variant softball), especially when played very competitively. Metaphorically, it refers to uncompromising and ruthless methods or dealings, especially in politics.

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Food[edit]

  • Hardball, a sugar stage in the making of candy and other confectionery

Literature[edit]

  • Hardball — How Politics is Played Told By One Who Knows the Game, a book by Chris Matthews, a political talk-show host
  • Hardball (comics), a superhero in the Avengers: The Initiative series from Marvel Comics
  • Hardball, a comic book series written by Chuck Austen

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