Yes. Women are not restricted in any way by Major League Baseball. However, there has never been a female manager or general manager in MLB.
Marge Schott, former owner of the Cincinnati Reds is the most famous woman owner: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marge_Schott She owned the team for most of the 1980s and 1990s.
A group of baseball people is a team. A team includes the players, the managers, the coaches, the owners, etc.A group of baseball people may be a league, which is a group of teams.
Let's see here...there are 30 teams in the MLB. Each team has one owner, except for the Oakland Athletics, who have two. 30+1=31, so there are 31 owners in all of Major League Baseball.
Make more money for the owners
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Yes - after the depression of 1929, this was a decision made to get more people to go to ballgames - more offense.
In 1961, the American League increased its season from 154 games to 162. In 1962, the National League followed suit. This was done in order to generate additional revenue for the owners.
Los Angeles Dodgers. Depending on the whim of the owners, perhaps the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (they seem to change yearly).
New York Yankees in baseball
How much money you can win in a fantasy baseball league is really determined by how much money you put in and the percentage payout of the website you're using. Look out for sites with low payouts though. Some sites take up to 50% of the money that is put in by league owners. Other sites payout as much as 94%.
Ray C. Davis and Bob R. Simpson are co-owners of the Texas Rangers.
This question makes little sense. First of all, there are way more black players than Asian players, so that assumption is just wrong. Second, "Want?" Baseball owners want to hire the best baseball PLAYERS based on talent, whatever their skin color is.
The top ten richest owners in baseball include: Robert Nutting, Jim Pohlad, John W. Henry II, Mark Walter and Arturo Moreno. The top five richest owners are Ray Davis, Hiroshi Yamauchi, Mike Ilitch, Theodore Lerner and Charles Bartlett Johnson.