Baseball's impact on the United States is far-reaching and has been well-documented. Of all the professional sports in the country, baseball has become ingrained in our pop culture, from movies and television shows to songs and more. For every moment in America's history, there is a baseball correlation that can be documented along with it. These have been our heroes, these "boys of summer" who play a marathon season and have become synonymous with the strong American traits of perseverence and determination.
As baseball goes, so too does the United States.
Baseball is very important in America because it is one of America's main sports. Also, it is important because America has the most number of Major Leagues and Minor Leagues.
Baseball has become a metaphor for American culture. People understand that sometimes it seems that it is one person against many even when there is a team.
Baseball affected America's history because it provided a past time for citizens. They could engage in the game itself or enjoy the game on television.
Provided entertainment for the whole family.
Can't say it's important but it is enjoyable.
because it is like an original game here.
It use to hit somebody
No impact at all
it is eas to get hurt on
The decreasing in trees.
because it is a phone
Helped evolve the game of Baseball.
the batrries go dead if its a digtal clock
If you get high/drunk or not paying attention,you can get in a accident
Uses more energy and power.
Because gas for the car is sometimes hard to pay