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Are you looking for the meaning of Baseball and want to learn more about Baseball? If yes, well you’ve come to the right blog, so read and learn as much as you can!!

Baseball, as we know it, has been around since the mid-1800s, but its roots date back to at least the 18th century and perhaps even further. Now the game is so much part of the American fabric, right up there with mom and apple pie.

Baseball is a bat and ball game between two teams, played on a field   called a diamond because of its shape and the arrangement of the bases. Bats, balls, and gloves constitute the basic equipment needed to play Baseball. The game is normally divided into 9 innings or turns at bat for each team. Each player tries to hit the ball between or past the players on the opposing team, then run around the 4 bases and score runs by reaching home plate, earning them a Home Run. The game proceeds at a leisurely pace (too slow for some people).

But things change quickly when the team at bat begins to get some hits and their players score runs. Baseball is the favorite US Hometown sports with American children playing on fields and sandlots from age 3 on it has been formalized into school leagues and little leagues competitions. Although Little League Baseball is well-known, it is not the only kids’ baseball league in the U.S. Other kids’ baseball organizations include American Legion Baseball, Babe Ruth League, Dizzy Dean baseball and PONY Baseball.  Most children love to play it for fun of the game.

In the age of TV, Football and basketball have become very popular with sports fans in America, but Baseball has also been adopted and enjoyed by many countries around the world.


Fact 1:300,000 to 1 is the chances that a fan can be hit by a baseball.

Fact 2: The first baseball game played was in New York on June 19, 1845.

Fact 3: The first baseball stadium built in the U.S was Forbes field in Pittsburgh.

Fact 4: The first rule book of baseball was issued in 1877. And it has begin hanging every year since then.

Fact5: Baseball is considered the national sport of US.

Fact 6: The national baseball hall of fame was created in 1935 in New York to celebrate the baseball 100th anniversary.

Fact 7: A homerun is when the batter hits the ball over the stadium.

Fact 8: With all of that history and all of those baseball games being played at all levels, baseball trivia is almost as popular as the game itself.

Fact 9: Each baseball game has 12,386,344 possible plays.

Fact 10: The longest baseball game was between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Chicago White Sox and lasted for eight hours and six minutes.

Fact 11: The average baseball only lasts about a week. Each baseball can only be used one time in a MLB (Major League Baseball) game.