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Major League baseballs are made to regulation size. The weight of a Rawlings Official Major League Baseball game ball cannot be less than five ounces nor more than 5 ¼ ounces. The size of the Baseball cannot be less than nine nor more than 9 ¼ inches in circumference. The circumference of a baseball is the length around it.

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Major League baseballs are made to regulation size. The weight of a Rawlings Official Major League Baseball game ball cannot be less than five ounces nor more than 5

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