There is no minimum weight or height to play Major League Baseball..you just better be able to play well.
average weight of bat in major league baseball
there is none
By regulation, the weight of an official Major League Baseball (MLB) baseball is between 5 and 5.25 ounces.
The is no weight restrictions to a baseball bat. Generally, the players in MLB use bats that weigh from 32-36 ounces.
About 207 lbs
An official Major League Baseball cannot weigh any less than 5 ounces. It cannot weight any more than 5 1/4 ounces.
There is no minimum weight.
Ball hardness. Little league balls are "softer" than high school balls.
The length depends on the person. In MLB (major league baseball) players choose their bat size and weight, this can be anywhere between 30 and 36 inches. (all bats in MLB must be wooden)
You have to do it a player at a time, there's no internet connection that will do it for you like there is for the newer games. The majority of the players on the minor league teams are fictional players and can be edited...the real players can't be edited. You can change just about everything on the fictional players...name, face, skills, etc...about the only thing you can't change is their height and weight. You can go to MLB.com to find all the current rosters and edit the fictional players to match the current players. I put all the old retired players on the class A and AA rosters and try to keep the major league and AAA teams current.
The national league "Senior League" refers to the youth league after "Little League" but before High School. Senior League players are usually between the ages of 13-15 and/or grades 7-9. Most Senior Leagues allow bats larger than the 2.25" Little League approved bat diameter, and bats can be lighter than the High School -3 minimum weight/length, but the bat weight ratio limits vary with the specific senior league organization. For example, Catholic Youth Athletic Association limits grade 7-8 bats to -7 weight ratio (no lighter). So, be careful when shopping for a "Senior League" bat as the rules for different organizations are less consistent than they are for the 9-12 year olds that usually follow Little League rules.
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
The average height of a Major League Baseball Player is 5'10".
The weight of a baseball in the major leagues is 5 1/4 ounces. There is a 7 gram plus or minus allowance, but the weight is not to exceed 5 1/4 ounces.
There is no minimum weight for the transportation of hazardous materials. You can transport as little as you like.
The minimum weight is 40 pounds and the minimum height is 4'9".
Weight is 115 max, no height limit, and 16 is the minimum age.
There are no restrictions to the weight of a bat used by a major league batter. However, the bat may be no longer than 42 inches.
training consists of calasthentics and weight lifting, running and practice for 4-8 hours a day
football players are payed in bags of salt. the weight of which is a ratio of how well they perform to their body weight
Minimum weight is 1,415lbs.