It is unknown who invented baseball. There are few records of the beginnings of baseball before the New York Knickerbocker club's first written rules.
The first important set of written rules was scribed by Alexander Cartwright, of the Knickerbocker Base Ball Club, and published on September 20, 1845
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To have the rules written down means that when there is an disagreement the rules can be used to solve the problem. Imagine playing a baseball game without rules.
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baseball was first played during the civil war but the rules weren't all the same. abner doubleday just maded rules and the soldiers played by them so he probably did
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No. And it really does not improve your speed to the base.
Never use your hands Football being invented in England in 1863 the first Rules were written by the English FA, you can read them online.