American Baseball contains elements of two British sports. One of these is cricket, which, like baseball, uses a bat to hit a ball. The other game is Rounders, which is a game dating back at least to the 16th century.
Baseball and American football are two good examples of American sports
The most important sports to American culture are football, baseball and basketball.
soccer and rugby
American football, baseball, soccer.
Baseball, Basketball, and American Football.
American Football was founded in the mid- 19th century by American college campuses who studied the English sports of Football( Soccer )and Rugby to create the hybrid of both of these sports.
soccer and rugby
Just the normal American sports I.E.: Soccer, Baseball, Hockey, Football etc...
Many sports exist in England. Large sports are football(the American soccer) and rugby. Cricket is also another famous English sport.
American football and baseball
Sumo and American baseball is really popular.
Football (American), Baseball, Basketball, and Hockey.
id probably say baseball and American football as they are the most popular sports in America.
Football (not American), baseball, and a few others.
Usually kids in the 1910,s woulds play sports like Baseball and American Football.
Hockey, baseball, soccer, basketball & golf.
There are many sports promoted by the USSSA. The United States Specialty Sports Association sponsors many different sports like baseball, volleyball, American football, and golf.
It was a clever combination of 2 british sports called Cricket and Rounders.
People bet on all sports. Baseball, basketball, American football, soccer, hockey ... it doesn't matter.
baseball,basketball,american football,ice hockey
Basketball , soccer and volleyball there might be more though
In North America Probably Hockey,Baseball or American Football.
The US American sports people played in the 1860s were rather limited. Some of them included golf, boxing, cricket, baseball and rowing among others.