Comiskey Park or White Sox Park on Chicago's South Side was built in 1910 and when it was demolished after the 1990 season in favor of "new Comiskey Park", now U.S. Cellular Field it was the OLDEST Baseball stadium in the world (once known as the 'Baseball Palace of the World')Answer
there are 31 major league ballparks.
With a lawnmower.
Jamie Moyer in 50 different parks!
the right number of hot dogs eaten at major league baseball games in one season is about 24,300,000.
Yes, there are ties in Major League Baseball. The majority of these ties happened before lights were installed in the ballparks. Games would end up in a tie because they would be called due to darkness.
Major League ballparks go blue on Father's Day to increase prostate cancer awareness
Both of the foul poles are usually a bright yellow, however, a few ballparks have orange foul poles
Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays, in St. Petersburg, Florida is the smallest Major League Baseball Park in the US. Seating capacity is 31,042. Dodger Stadium, in Los Angeles, California, is the largest Major League Baseball Park, with a seating capacity of 56,000.
To become a peanut or any other kind of vendor at a Major League ballpark you must apply for a vendor's license. After procuring the license, apply for permission at a number of ballparks.
Baseball itself does not have a general curfew. Curfews can still be imposed by cities which host MLB ballparks, but none that are currently in existence have the ability to curtail the play of a game at a given time.
major league managers who never played in a major league game
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The National League began play as a major league in 1876. The American League began play as a major league in 1901.
The book 'Who's Who in Major League Baseball' by Harold Johnson was actually published in 1935. An original copy of this book could be worth as much as $600-$700.
Rule 1.04 of the Official Rules states that "It is desirable that the line from home base through the pitchers plate to second base shall run East-Northeast." If all ballparks adhered to this suggestion, then there would be no home plate that faces north. However, one can tell from the variation in shadows between parks in say, Boston, Milwaukee, and San Francisco, that there are definite variations in the placement of the field. It would take a survey of the 30 major league ballparks to determine if any of them face north.
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No. Major League Baseball is real.