Usually they only need to use one pair. Some batters only use one or two pairs for the whole year.
about 350000 baseball gloves are sold each year in the U.S.A
The gloves and bats are both chosen by each individual players, yet they don't pay for either. The bats are payed for by their team while the gloves are given to them by the glove manufacturers. Most players sign contracts with glove manufacturers in which not only do they get free gloves, but they get paid to where them. The amount they get obviously varies depending on how big a star they are.
two teams of nine players each
Nothing, he is looking to make sure that they are the same as each other
nine players max.
Baseball is known as America's pastime. To support this is the fact that there are more than 5 million baseball gloves sold in the United States each year.
18 players are in a baseball game, 9 on each team on the field.
There is a similar sounding trick question: On which baseball team did all the players have the same batting average as each other, both before and after the game? The answer to that is the Chicago White Sox on April 16, 1940, when Bob Feller threw his opening day no-hitter. All the players had a batting average of .000 both before and after the game. (Some will argue that technically the batting averages before the game was undefined (0 divided by 0) but standard baseball scoring shows a batting average of .000 in such a case.
A batting lineup or batting order in baseball consists of nine players. The order of the batting order is determined by the manager of each team and can change during the game if the manager replaces players. In Major League Baseball (MLB) the American League (AL) employs a Designated Hitter (DH) rule in which another player (not among the nine field players) can bat in the place of one of the fielders, usually in place of the pitcher. The National League (NL) does not employ this rule.
9 on each team
Each league (little league, high school, college) has its own limits as far as how many players can be on a team. In Major League Baseball, there are 25 players on a team.