the physical size of person playing baseball is less important the pro football and basketball
ALOT!!! Baseball,basketball and football earn alot. in the millions
the physical size of person playing Baseball is less important the pro football and Basketball
Generally speaking, a ballplayer is a person who participates in a ball sport - most often basketball, baseball, or football.
Earl Campbell (football), Early Wynn (baseball), Elgin Baylor (basketball), Eli Manning (football), Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsh (football), Emerson Fittipoldi (racecar driver), Emmitt Smith (football), Ernie Banks (baseball), Dale Earnhardt (racecar driver), John Elway (football), Phil Esposito (hockey), Julius Erving (basketball), Chris Evert (tennis) and Patrick Ewing (basketball) are famous athletes.
People bet on football, baseball, basketball, hockey, horse racing. Basically, a person can bet on any sport out there.
It depends on person to person, but for playing basketball requires less equipment and players. In watching basketball is more popular, but baseball is fun to watch too. I would rate basketball over baseball, but then again depends on person to person. Any answer would be opinionated; some people like baseball better, and others like basketball better.
It depends on who the person is. Some people do well in tennis, others do well in football, baseball or basketball. Some are outstanding gymnasts or swimmers.
The first person who played in an NBA game was Earl Lloyd
Swimming, Tennis, Dancing, Football, Soccer, Walking, Basketball
Dale Earnhardt (racecar driver), Dan Fouts (football), Dan Issel (basketball), Danica Patrick (racecar driver), Derek Jeter (baseball), Dick Butkus (football), Dorothy Hamill (figure skating champion), Dave DeBusschere (basketball), Dizzy Dean (baseball), Jack Dempsey (boxing), Babe Didrikson (athlete - golf), Joe DiMaggio (baseball), Mike Ditka (football), Tony Dorsett (football) and Don Drysdale (baseball) are famous athletes.