What is seam bowling?

A cricket ball has a raised seam around the middle. Seam bowling is when you try and make the ball land on the seam so that it bounces unexpectedly, causing the batsman to miss or edge the ball.

Seam bowlers tend to bowl quickly and are often big, tall, gangly stick men.

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