Average Baseball lasts 6-7 pitches.
about 6-10 dozen
The actual number of baseballs used during a game varies. However, the average is about 46 baseballs per baseball game.
1 baseball is used in a game.
A baseball is a ball that is used to play the game of baseball with
Up to 360
If you mean "How are baseballs and baseball any different", then baseballs are balls that are used in the game of baseball. Like football.
Average Baseball lasts 6-7 pitches. about 6-10 dozen
The number of baseballs used in a 9 inning game can differ from many foul balls and homeruns. So there is no exact number of baseballs used in a 9 inning game.
more than 50 of them
Rawlings baseballs are the official baseballs used in the major leagues. BPL
The average baseball remains in play for only five to seven pitches in a Major League game. After the game the baseballs that are taken out of play are used for batting, and fielding practice. Approximately 600,000 baseballs are used by all Major League teams combined during the course of a season. -Steven KeyMan
As many as are necessary to complete the game. You can't play without a ball, can you?
That answer is unknown...MLB and the teams do not keep statistics like that.
Dozens. There is no specific number because it depends on how many are hit out of play
too many. lol. they counted the number of baseball they went through in a single game once and it was around 100. every team roughly has 162 games in a season without playoffs so each team would roughly have used 16,200 baseballs in a season
Yes, unless they have been used for a long period of time.
In a single season there are from 291,600 to 340,200 balls used. There are usually 60 to 70 balls used in a single 9 inning game, but they usually have 90 on hand.
they use them for batting practice
until the baseball is damaged or a home run then they keep using it.
Special baseballs were used for Cal Ripken Jr's 2131'st consecutive game played but, these baseballs were also made available to the public. The baseballs are worth about $10.-$20. in near/mint condition with the box. The added value of the baseball being used in game 2131 will rely on your ability to prove so. The stronger the provenance the more valuable. A letter of provenance from a player, team or league official would be acceptable. A letter from a fan that attended the game would hold little weight if any. If you cannot supply such provenance the baseball will be valued as a used baseball, not a game used baseball, and could have a lower value based on condition. The value of the baseball will rely on the weight the buyer of the baseball puts in your story.