The Cardinals are the third oldest team in Baseball. 1882. This answer is in regard to the same business entity regardless of name change and relocation. The Braves are the oldest.
For the 2009 season, that is Dodger Stadium which opened in 1962. Fenway Park is oldest, opening in 1912, and Wrigley Field is second oldest, opening in 1914.
i would say a rod
The oldest major league ball park is Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox who first played there in 1912. Next is Wrigley Field home of the Chicago Cubs. Their first game at Wrigley was in 1914. The third oldest park jumps ahead 50+ years to 1962 and the Los Angeles Dodgers' Dodger Stadium.
Only if the catcher doesn't catch it in the air.
100 Mill on average
willie mays was in the major team of he was listed to be the one to be in the 100 greatest baseball player
The third oldest major contemporary religion is Christianity (before Jesus was born there was Hinduism and judaism)
send them to third world countries
Babe Ruth - 714 home runs
Babe Ruth of course. After that Willy Mays.
The distance from second base to third base in MLB is 90 feet
It is most likely Ryan Giggs.
Fenway park (red Sox) and Wrigely field (cubs) are the two oldest, im not sure what the oldest is, but it would definitely be on the east coast, possibly Yankee stadium. to correct your question the third oldest baseball stadium would be bosse field in evansville IN. it's where a league of there own was filmed and was built in 1915
Hinduism is the Oldest, and Zoroastrianism is the third oldest.
127 feet 3 3/8 inches.
There are 12 home dugouts on the 3rd base line.
It is the third oldest of the six major religions.
For Major League Baseball, spring training usually starts the third week of February and the regular season starts around April 1.
The distance between 1st base and 3rd base on a MLB field is 127'.
On Opening Day 2010, that was the Yankees first, Red Sox second, and Cubs third.
Yes. Jerry Hairston Jr, Mike Bell, Aaron Boone and Casey Coleman
The highest payed player currently in the MLB is the New York Yankees Third Baseman Alex Rodriguez.
According to MLB Rule 1.04: "The distance between first base and third base is 127 feet, 3.38 inches."