You can go on mlb.com and go to the mlb store and you will find some
Click on the 'MLBPA Contact Info' link below to find out contact information for the Major League Baseball Players Association.
Try to find open try outs.
Easy. Just go to MLBShop.com and you can find any jersey of any major League team. I just bought a shirt from there myself. Go Phils!
Go to mlb.com or find a ballot box at an MLB game
One can learn about Major League Baseball player trade rumors on the official MLB website. A dedicated agent will be happy to help you find more information on their official website.
Search on e-bay, you will be sure to find memoribilia signed by the leading autographer for sale there.
If you send me a photo of the baseball I will be happy to look at it, and help you find out what you want to know. Visit my website Keymancollectibles.com where I have many examples of vintage baseballs dating as far back as the 1860's. "Lemon peal" baseballs, figure eight, major league, minor league baseball's and more. I will leave a couple of links below for vintage baseballs, and A Major League baseball dating guide.
There isn't such thing as a baseball referee! Its a umpire! Go try to find it if you want to be an umpire soooooooooooooooo bad! Look on the internet!
The Phillies are a baseball team in Philadelphia. Their season schedule can be found on the Phillies' website as well as on the Major League Baseball site.
Baseballs such as the ones used in the early days of baseball like the "lemon Peal" style can be worth 1,000's of dollars.Official Major League baseballs can have a high value depending on the era the baseball was made and the condition. You need to identify the type of baseball and the age to find a value. Official Major League baseballs can be dated by identifying the League president's signature that is printed on the ball.
To come up with a value for the National League baseball you will have to find out what year the baseball was made. By identifying the league president that is stamped on the baseball you can determine when the baseball was made.Some time around 1876, Albert G. Spalding and his brother, J. Walter Spalding, obtained the right to produce the official National League baseball, which they would continue to produce for the next 100 years.the National League Spalding Trademark baseballs had Black & Red stitching up until about 1934/35 when both league started using red stitching only. National League Spaldingbaseballs along with the American League Reach label was producing Major league baseball for about 100 years until Rawlings took over around 1970, and Rawlings have been making major league baseballs ever since.See Related Links below for an Official major League baseball dating & price guide complete with pictures and a list of league presidents.
Click on the 'Minor League Baseball Statistics' link on this page to go to the minor league's website.