About 3-4 hours and in extra innings even more.
Pittsburgh Pirate pitcher Deacon Phillippe completed 5 games in the first world series in 1903. He won three of these games.
There are 162 regular season games for each of the 30 professional major league baseball teams in the US. Even ignoring the 20-30 spring training games, to this must be added for teams at the top of the standings at the end of the year: -- Division Series games (best of 5 concept) -- Championship Series games (best of 7 concept) -- World Series games (best of 7 concept).
The Cubs first year of play was in 1870 as the Chicago White Stockings. There was no major league at the time and the White Stockings scheduled games against different teams in different cities. The following year the National Association was formed, the first major league, and they entered the league also as the White Stockings.
In the "modern' era of baseball, Jackie Robinson was the first African American to hit a home run in Major League baseball. As far as the history of baseball is concerned their is no record of such a feat as to amateur baseball games.
The Jays' dugout is along the third base line at the Rogers Centre, while the opposition dugout is along the first base line.
Unlike most teams, the Mariners sit in the first base dugout at home games.
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The rules with Managers being ejected from the game is that they cannot remain in the dugout so they have to go into the clubhouse after the point of their ejection. However they are allowed to watch the game from stadium seats but they have to be in civilian clothes and cannot be close to their team's dugout.
Baseball made games first, around 1850.
it is 9 inings and then/or til there is a winner if it a tie
Baseball games are played in a field. Professional games are generally played in stadiums. The sport is American - but has roots in other cultural games. Currently, the sport is popular in the USA, Latin America, Canada, and Japan.
Yes, the Atlanta Braves have cheerleaders at their home games, that parade around on top of the dugout.