The text is written inside the diamond with the first word above and the other two below the dotted line:] Panels 3 & 4 refer to yet other sports.
A 50-yard line is a significant location in American football; a ten-pin is a specific pin location in bowling; and a red flag is a warning given in non-American football (what Amercians call soccer).
Cueball, however, has not got a clue which he expresses when Ponytail asks him If you know what I mean.
George knows that you like the Kansas City Royals and he invites you to Royals games across the country all the time. "One day George invites you to the Royals game in Miami, and you're excited to go.
The second part, the diagram, depicts a much more complex version of the baseball metaphor, where baseball terms and jargon are used to describe the many and varied things human beings like to do in the bedroom. In order to understand the terms used, one may want to consult this picture: The "diamond" is the geometric pattern formed by the four bases - first, second, third, and home plate.
After the ball is hit by the batter, and is in the air, players have a chance to move to the next base in line, from first, to second, to third, and finally to home plate (scoring only if they make it to home plate), only being removed from play if they are touched by a player carrying the ball in an attempt to move between bases.
[Bases are pointed too with thick black arrows (except home plate) and there are also arrows pointing to different parts of the diagram.
All arrows and points marked with "x" have a description, as do the dashed lines covering the field.
Below they will be listed anti-clockwise from the home plate.] [A dotted line traveling from near the outfield above second base, then crossing the second baseline about 1/3 of the way to third base, snaking its way almost down to the home plate ending close to the third baseline.