Depends on the league. In my league i umpire 10 year old and i get about 20 a game and every Sunday game i get a raise so there are about 180 games so i make a decent amount for being a teenager.
Yes, it is possible.
American League and the National League
Hard work and dedication
Hard work and dedication.
minor league baseball is one level lower than major league baseball but they still pay good if you ever make it
The average salary for a Major League Baseball player is $3.39 million. The New York Yankees are the highest paying team in the league.
Only a few people will go on to play Major League Baseball. If you practice hard and make it into college baseball your chances will be higher.
in 2005, $2,632,655
The percentage of little league players that make major league is about 5. 6 percent. That is less than 3 out of 50 people.
AL is an abbreviation for American League, one of two leagues that make up Major League Baseball. The othe is NL, National League.
8 teams make the MLB playoffs.
Way to much!!!!
25,000 per year
The leagues combined in 2000 to form one entity as Major League Baseball.
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.
He was a top prospect in the minor league and the angels organization gave him a chance.
The letters NL stand for National League, one of two leagues that make up Major league baseball. The other is AL, American League.
AL - American League NL - National League The AL and NL make up MLB (Major League Baseball).
100 Mill on average
He was instrumental in breaking the racial barrier in Major League Baseball.
I've heard that it's about 4% of those who both get drafted and make the rookie league squad.
The minimum salary for the 2009 season is $400,000 according to major league players association.