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    The Game of Baseball Today the game of baseball is played all around the world. Baseball is played with two teams of nine players on each team. Baseball is played with a glove, bat and a ball. You may not need a lot of equipment to play baseball, but you do need a lot of knowledge of how the game is played if you want to win. There are nine players are placed throughout the field with a first basemen, second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, pitcher, and a catcher. These players make up the infield. The outfield has a right fielder, center fielder and a left fielder. The bases are white and placed in a diamond shape throughout the infield. Each team has to get 3 outs while playing defense. Once you get 3 outs you switch sides with the…

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    Baseball is considered the national pastime of the US; from April to October, there is always a game at 1:00 pm or at 7:00 pm. The Major League Baseball is the best league in the world that is consisted by two leagues, American League and National League, with 15 teams in each it, playing for being the best team of the world. Every year the debate of which league is the best captures the attention of fans and journalists, there is always the discussion and the comparison between both leagues;…

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    History of baseball This popular sport was given the name “America’s past time” through the years even though there has been debate for centuries of which land invented this game. The game of baseball has been seen back through history all the way back to 1600s. Abner Doubleday has been said to be the inventor of America’s pastime, but has never been credited with it. He never knew he created this game either because he was killed in the civil war before recongnition. Back then they called…

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    Baseball became known in 1845, when Alexander cartwright invented the game as we know today as baseball. Baseball was a very popular sport, which has been played for nearly two centuries. However, by 1860, baseball was already being hailed as the national pastime. known as the,National association of professional baseball players. It was soon changing to the, national league of professional baseball players, as the amateur clubs drifted from the baseball scene, it became the National League…

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    “I'm not concerned with your liking or disliking me... All I ask is that you respect me as a human being” this is a quote Jackie Robinson once said. Jackie Robinson is one of the greatest baseball players of all time. He is the first African American baseball player of the 20th century. He had many problems and troubles, but that did not affect Jackie at all. He would would think of the negatives of life, only the positives. He help show that it is not about the color of our skin, it is heart…

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    Robinson was a baseball player that lived from 1919 to 1972. People know him for destroying the color barrier and making history when he became the first black athlete to play Major League Baseball in the 20th Century. Jack “Jackie” Robinson would soon come to be one of the world’s most valued players in the world of Major League Baseball. This would be the beginning of a legend in the making. Robinson was born on January 31, 1919 in Cario, Georgia. Jackie was raised by a single mother and…

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    Baseball is known as Americas favorite pass time. A sport that has been around since the 18th century with a never lasting ending to the sport. The sport of baseball is not only played in America but as well as other foreign countries. There countries have such a rich cultural fan base, it is hardly possible to say that Baseball is only a “American sport.” A good amount of players in Major League Baseball consists of people from the Dominican Island. In this paper I argue that Dominican…

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    Major iconic players caught the attention of the game of baseball all over the world. Japan caught onto the sport fairly quickly. In the the film Mr. Baseball, audiences get to see the similarities and differences in the game of baseball between America and Japan. The themes of culture and globalization reappear to bring forward the idea of major league players to be traded but also among countries. Not many were involved with Japan during the late 19th century. Baseball integration into Japan…

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    The Mathematics and History behind Baseball Baseball, also known as our National Pastime, has been fun and exciting to watch or play for over 150 years. The first ever baseball game was played in Hoboken, New Jersey on June 19, 1846. The New York Nine crushed the New York Knickerbockers, 23-1. The game of baseball was played according to rules drawn by Alexander J. Cartwright. There was a myth that Abner Doubleday invented baseball but it was Cartwright who laid out the present dimensions of…

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    "Baseball is like a poker game. Nobody wants to quit when he 's losing; nobody wants you to quit when you 're ahead." Jackie Robinson What a day! On April 15, 1947, Major League Baseball 's color line was broken when Jackie Robinson made his debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Born Jack Roosevelt Robinson in Cairo, Georgia on January 31, 1919 to a family of sharecroppers, he was the youngest of three brothers and one sister. Jackie 's father left the family shortly after he was born and his…

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