Crese Heismann debuted on September 25, 1901, playing for the Cincinnati Reds at League Park II in Cincinnati; he played his final game on September 4, 1902, playing for the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park.
to play baseball of course
Play the game well.
No, there is no education requirements to play baseball.
He began to play baseball after he enjoyed playing baseball
Please re-phrase this question. There is no longivity requirement to be a "professional" baseball player. To be a "pro", one must only be paid a salary to play baseball.
The oldest Major League Baseball player to play was Satchel Paige. At age 59, he pitched three innings for the Kansas City Athletics.