The main difference between pitching in the American League and the National League is that in the American League, the Pitcher has to pitch to all nine batters. In the National League, the Pitcher has to pitch to nine batters as well but the batter in the ninth spot is the opposing Pitcher and Pitchers aren't typically very skilled at batting.
There is no difference in the baseballs used in either league of the MLB.
no... the only difference between American and national league is that there is a DH in the roster for American league and the pitcher doesnt bat in American league... other than that it is exactly the same
None. They umpire in both leagues.
The National League was formed in 1876 and the American League in 1901.
The only really stand-out difference between the two is that in the National League, the pitchers bat, and in the American League, the pitchers do not bat, and instead there is a Designated Hitter to take their place in the lineup.
There are no differences in the baseballs used on either league. The only difference is the American League has a Designated Hitter who bats for the pitcher, but the pitcher must bat in the National League. If a game is played between each league, the home team's rules apply.
National. The National League began play as a major league in 1876 and the American League began play as a major league in 1901.
They play for the National League
The American League West with 4. The American League East, American League Central, National League East, and National League West have 5. The National League Central has 6.
The American League uses the Designated hitter, and the pitcher does not bat as in the National League.