Baseball is a sport that has simple rules but is actually difficult to play. It is a sport that requires a lot of quick thinking and reflexes as well as maximum focus from both the offensive and defensive side. If you’re on the offensive team, you need to make decisions on how to get your players back to the home base without getting caught. And if you’re on the defensive team, you should pay close attention to the whereabouts of the ball to try and catch the players from the opposing team with it, preventing them from scoring.
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History of Baseball
- The game of baseball dates back to the 18th century and is based on two English games—rounders (a children’s game in New England) and cricket.
- In 1845, Alexander Joy Cartwright, a volunteer firefighter, bank clerk, and a member of the New York Knickerbocker Baseball Club, formalized the rules for baseball.
- In 1846, the first recorded baseball game took place and was played by the Knickerbocker Baseball Club and the New York Baseball Club.
- In 1858, the National Association of Baseball Players was formed and became the first organized amateur baseball league.
- In 1871, the National Association became the first professional baseball league but was eventually replaced by the National League on 1875.
- In 1903, the first World Series, which is the annual championship event for baseball, was played.
- In 1992, the sport was fully and officially included in the Olympics. However, in 2008, baseball was removed from the Olympic games.
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Facts about the Sport
- The first World Series played in 1903 was between Pittsburgh and Boston, and Boston won the Series 5–3.
- The first-ever television broadcast of a major league game was on August 26, 1939, between Cincinnati and Brooklyn.
- The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is found in Cooperstown, New York. It was created in 1935 to celebrate the sport’s 100th anniversary.
- No female player has ever played in a major league baseball game. Sports executive Effa Louise Manley is the first and only woman inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
- The New York Yankees holds the most World Series wins with twenty-seven (27) titles.
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- It is included in the rules that a pitcher must always wipe his hand on his uniform first before he grips the ball for a pitch.
- Wooden bats are used in minor and major league games. However, metal bats are used in college games.
- Henry Chadwick is considered by some as the father of baseball due to his contribution in increasing the sport’s popularity by reporting games. He is also the only writer to have been elected into the Hall of Fame.
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