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Randy Johnson was signed to the San Fransisco Giants when he was originally at the Arizona Diamondbacks

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Major League Baseball bat boy regulations?

I believe you have to be fourteen or older, be fit, have lake working hours.


What are the best baseballs for a signature?

The most preferred baseball to have a player sign would be an Official Major League baseball from the League the player played in, that was used during the ball players playing days. The older baseballs could be dated by the signature of the League President stamped on the ball. For example: Willie Mays played from 1951-1973. If you were planning to acquire a Willie Mays signature you would try to find a 1951-1969 Warren Giles Official national League Baseball. The baseball alone would cost you about $200. but it would also add value to your signature. You can also opt to go with a 1970-1986 Charles Feeny Official National League Baseball which was used at the end of Mays' career. This ball would cost you about $60. Your next choice should be an Official Major League baseball made after his playing days. This would be acceptable as well. The same would be for team signed baseballs. A team from the 1980s, a 1980s baseball. (same League) You could find these baseballs on eBay. Just make sure that the ball you purchase is clean, and like new. I would not use a plain baseball or team logo baseball. It would be cheaper but then so would the value of your autograph. I will leave a link to an Official Baseball Dating & price Guide. This will help you identify the baseball you are looking for and estimated value.


Who is the oldest player in Major League Baseball?

Julio Franco of the New York Mets, whose age is listed at 48, but, some speculate, he may be older. Julio Franco retired after the 2007 season and is no longer an active player. The active player who is the oldest is pitcher Jamie Moyer of the Phillies who is 46.


How many times have Liverpool won the premier league?

The Premier League was formed in 1992, since then only four teams have won itMan Utd: 12Chelsea: 3Arsenal: 3Blackburn: 1Liverpool have never won the Premier League Title, they have however won the First Division 18 times, which would be the older version of the Premier League as it is now constituted.


In Irish history there were three major groups of people that came across to the island?

Most of the older theories are being disproved by the current DNA studies.

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Who is the older of the two leagues in Major League Baseball?

→→National League 1876←←American League 1901


Which logo is older the one for the Major League Baseball or the one for the NBA?

The MLB


Who the older of the two baseball major leagues?

The National League is older. It began play in 1876, while the American League began in 1901.


Major League Baseball bat boy regulations?

I believe you have to be fourteen or older, be fit, have lake working hours.


Why did yadier molina want to play professional baseball?

His two older brothers are also Major League catchers


Who is older NFL or Major League Baseball?

MLB The first year of the National League was 1876. The first year of the American League was 1901. The first year of the National Football League was 1920.


What is senior league baseball?

A league played by former and older ballplayers.


Do you have to be 18 years old or older to play in Major league baseball?

No, there is no age limit. Typically, substantial high school (and usually college) baseball experience is required. It's at senior stages of high school and during college ball that scouts look for eligible players.


What league is older- national or American?

National. The National League began play as a major league in 1876 and the American League began play as a major league in 1901.


Which Major League Baseball player trains the hardest?

there is no single player who trains the hardest. However, it is typically the older veterans who spend the most time conditioning in order to stay in shape. The older you get, the harder this becomes. If I were to pick out three of the hardest working players I would have to say Roger Clemens, Tom Glavine, and Jamie Moyer.


What is the best baseball to use for an autograph?

The most preferred baseball to have a player sign would be an Official Major League baseball from the League the player played in, that was used during the ball players playing days. The older baseballs could be dated by the signature of the League President stamped on the ball. For example: Willie Mays played from 1951-1973. If you were planning to acquire a Willie Mays signature you would try to find a 1951-1969 Warren Giles Official national League Baseball. The baseball alone would cost you about $200. but it would also add value to your signature. You can also opt to go with a 1970-1986 Charles Feeny Official National League Baseball which was used at the end of Mays' career. This ball would cost you about $60. Your next choice should be an Official Major League baseball made after his playing days. This would be acceptable as well. The same would be for team signed baseballs. A team from the 1980's, a 1980's baseball. (same League) See Related Link below for an Official Major League Baseball Dating Guide


What is the distance from home plate to the mound for kid pitch baseball?

In American Little League baseball, for twelve-year-olds, the pitcher stands 46 feet from the batter. For very young players, smaller fields may be used, while older players may use larger fields. There are more details available in the official Little League Playing Rules, but these rules are copyrighted, and not available online.

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