Comedy Baseball is a competitive joke telling game where two teams of comedians make jokes up on the spot, and the audience's reaction to said jokes determine how well of a "swing" they receive in the baseball game.
Each inning of a game is a different joke structure, for example: "Back in my day, we didn't have (audience suggestion), we (joke)". At the top of the inning, we get 7 suggestions from the audience, of which each team gets to veto 1 suggestion, leaving us with 5 suggestions. These 5 suggestions are the Pitches for that inning. The pitcher chooses a pitch, and the batter will either swing with a joke, or take a strike and get another suggestion from the pitcher.
The batter eventually gets a pitch he likes, and swings. They tell a joke. The umpire gauges the audience's reaction to the joke, and uses our secret and complicated 1-10 joke rating system, which correlates to the a set a differences in variables of strength, speed, distance, and height of the balls trajectory. Long story short, bad jokes are short, bad hits. Good jokes send the fielders running for the fences, with the best being Homeruns.
After a player swings, the whole game is automated. Sometimes the players do their own thing and make hilarious errors, which has led us to coin our catchphrase:"That's Comedy Baseball!"