About 20 percent of college baseball players go pro. May it be MLB or Triple-A
Since pro baseball players were paid much less back in the 1900's... many people think that they are paid too much. The average pro baseball salary is 12 million dollars, acording to U.S. baseball. So the answer is YES.
According to Lahman it would from 1871 to 2008 it would be 17,264 having played pro baseball
I think it is baseball because of how many players are in it.
a few hundred (not including minor league baseball)
Only 1% of America plays college baseball. Of that 1% of College baseball players, only 1% make it to the Bigs. So, not many.
alot,but you can't tell for sure!
Baseball was invented by the country of the United States and is commonly played there. I believe the United States produces the most pro baseball players in the world.
Pro baseball players in 2007 had a minimum total salary of 2.5million dollars
I have no idea who Melissa Milano is and I for sure do not care how many pro athletes she has been with. It it really no one's business but hers.
The team pays for players bats.
In America baseball players get more money. In the world soccer players get more money. I know a great soccer player who plays in Barcalona was offered 100,000,00 pounds. That means that in the US that would equel 200,000,000 pounds.
millions of dollars
18 position players, 1 bench coach 19 total
pro baseball players throw around 80 or 90 mph
Unfortunately, I think Japan, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic are the strongest baseball countries in the world. MLB has the best players but many of them come from these other countries. The three aforementioned countries bleed baseball while the USA has so many major pro sports that baseball gets lost in the shuffle.
20.5 million dollars
College baseball and Pro baseball are the same thing except that in collee they are allowed to use alluminum baseball bats and college players dont get paid to play.
There are 22 players on a team