Weight of the bats used by major leaguers generally range between 32-36 ounces.
The problem with "game used" baseballs is proving that the baseball was used during a Major league game. The baseball could have been used in a sandlot game. There is just no way of proving it. Without the proper provenance, a letter from a league, team official or a player stating so the baseball will be valued as a used vintage baseball, based on condition. A letter from a fan at the game would not hold much weight if any. A Warren Giles National League baseball (the type ball used in 1957) is worth about $200.+ in near/mint (white) condition. Your baseball would be valued from this price working down depending on the condition of the ball.
In 2004 the average weight for a defensive lineman was 300+ pounds
average weight of an nfl running back is about 215 pounds
It depends on the position of the player. According to a 2006 ESPN article, "The average weight in the NFL has grown by 10 percent since 1985 to a current average of 248 pounds. The heaviest position, offensive tackle, went from 281 pounds two decades ago to 318 pounds." Most pro football players are over 6 feet tall. Some kickers can be shorter however.
About 207 lbs
average weight of bat in major league baseball
The average height of a Major League Baseball Player is 5'10".
In 2013, the average weight of an NHL player was 203.7 pounds. The biggest team in the league in 2013 were the Tampa Bay Lightning.
About 6'1 or 6'2 and 220 pounds
around 100-130 kilograms is the average weight of a prop in rugby league but it does vary.
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There is no minimum weight or height to play Major League Baseball..you just better be able to play well.
The average weight of a football player is about 300 pounds. This weight can vary greatly based on the person.
By regulation, the weight of an official Major League Baseball (MLB) baseball is between 5 and 5.25 ounces.
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