Major League Baseball's minor league fields have the same dimensions as all major league parks.
It is the same shape as a major league infield
The same as in Major League Baseball and all levels of the game from high school on up.
Yes. But there is a difference of about an quarter of an inch that the AL baseball is smaller then the NL baseball.
In Major League Baseball teams in the same division play each other at least 18 times during the course of the Regular Season.
Little league uses a standard baseball, the same that is used all the way up to major league baseball. It is between 9 and 9.25 inches in circumference.
The same as major league baseball. The only thing that is different is that the bases are 30 feet instead of 90 feet.
There is not a Major League Baseball President, however there is a Commissioner of Baseball (which is practically the same thing). The current Commissioner is Bud Selig makes about $22 million per year.
To settle the "question" of which major league baseball team is the best. It's the same reason there are playoffs in all major sports.
Chicago & New York
The Cardinals are the third oldest team in Baseball. 1882. This answer is in regard to the same business entity regardless of name change and relocation. The Braves are the oldest.
The same as a major league baseball, 9.25 ounces. IMPROVED ANSWER: Same as MLB with the exception of T-Ball Balls. The T Ball balls are lighter and don't have as much "bounce".