Casey at the Bat Poem Structure
Updated: 4/1/2019
Casey at the Bat Poem Structure
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Casey at the Bat

Casey at the Bat by Ernest Lawrence Thayer

Lesson Plans by Elizabeth Pedro

“Casey at the Bat” by Ernest Lawrence Thayer, is the most famous baseball poem ever written. It depicts a team, behind in the ninth inning, watching the star player step up to bat.




Casey at the Bat

Storyboard Description

Poem Analysis Activity: Casey at the Bat Poem Structure

Storyboard Text

  • STANZA ONE
  • YOU'RE OUT!
  • STANZA TWO
  • STANZA THREE
  • Lines: 4 Rhyme Scheme: A "day" A "play B "same" B "game" Meaning: The Mudville baseball team is down two runs and Cooney and Barrows are both out. The crowd is disappointed.
  • Lines: Rhyme Scheme: Meaning:
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