They're never was a ban when Jackie Robinson first played but he was the first player brave enough to step up.
The previous answer of "Harriet Beecher Stowe" is incorrect. There has never been a female major league baseball player. Harriett Beecher Stowe was an abolitionist and author of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Born in 1811, she was 58 years old when the first professional baseball team, the Cincinatti Red Stockings, was founded.
Honus Wagner,He never skipped church and had many religious cereminies with the team HAHAHAH but its true
Never, a player can not be called out since it is not baseball. But a player can be ejected from the game
yes. a person who has never played baseball can know more ABOUT it than a mlb player but this does not mean that if you were asked to play you could do it well. there is more to baseball than knowledge there is also skill, both are important but they rely on each other
pratice ,hardwork, never give up
None, there has never been a female player in Major League baseball.
That depends. Do you mean any given baseball player, or the smartest, most studious baseball player? If you mean the smartest non-player vs. the smartest player, no. If you mean the smartest non-player vs. just anyone who has played the game, then yes. ---- I agree, yet, this is quite a philosophical question. I would sugest that experience pays great dividends in anything. In a sport as complex as baseball, experience is really needed to know the in's and out's of the game. That is not to say that a non-player can't be extreamly knowledgeable. == == Well actually the person who has never played baseball can be smarter than a baseball player if that person who never played baseball studied baseball alot. No some one that has never played dosent know more just because you have to play it to get to really know it ANSWER: Anything is possible but i think it is less likely for a non-baseball player to know more than a player _________________________________________ Same. I truly agree. I play baseball myself and im pretty sure people can out wit me. ---- I agree too. I play baseball and I'm on my high school team and everything but it really helps me when my coach yells out pointers. My coaches have not played baseball. Yea i know a lot of people that might know more
No, we have never touched anything. Its because everything we (suposedely touched) doesn't conjoin, so we dont touched it. Our atoms don't touch another thing's atoms, so we don't touch it. Think of it like this, when a baseball player swings a baseball, the bat's magnetic field hits the ball's magnetic field..... No, we have never touched anything. Its because everything we (suposedely touched) doesn't conjoin, so we dont touched it. Our atoms don't touch another thing's atoms, so we don't touch it. Think of it like this, when a baseball player swings a baseball, the bat's magnetic field hits the ball's magnetic field.....
According to Baseball Almanac, there has never been an MLB player that was born in Argentina.
To the best of my knowledge, there has never been a Major League baseball player, past or present, that has participated in the Masters Golf tournament.
It can't be anybody, because if they were that bad, they would of never made it to the MLB.
42 Jackie Robinson
they never did, it was the Mars rover
there never was a person playing baseball named bucky sife.
It has never happened in major league history, although several players -- most recently Fred Lewis, then with the San Francisco Giants -- have hit their first-ever home runs while completing the cycle.
I'm pretty sure it was Jackie Robinson. Not even close Ty Cobb stole home upwards of 50 times. The first steal of home took place in the 19th century but probably will never be pinpointed.
No there has never been a female Major League player.
According to Baseball Almanac, through the 2007 season there has never been an MLB player who was born in Costa Rica.
A tape player plays tapes - tape players never played CD's.