Rawlings baseballs are the official baseballs used in the major leagues. BPL
About 480,000$ per season
Mud from a small section of the missisipi river. One man gets the mud for the whole MLB
An MLB Baseball is different from an ordinary baseball because MLB Baseballs are approved as a useful baseball by Major League Baseball officials themselves.
No. I don't know why either. I think he should be. He will be once the creators of MLB 2K12 get the next roster download available. He had to play in an MLB game before they have the rights to make him into the game, for instance, Jason Heyward wasn't on the Braves roster until his first MLB game (Minor League games don't count as credit to make video game rosters). I'm a huge Twins fan and would love to have highly touted prospect Miguel Sano in the game but that won't happen until his first MLB game appearance.
MLB. The average life span of a MLB ball is 5 pitches
Used baseballs are either thoroughly cleansed to be used in other games, used in batting practice, or recycled to make new baseballs.
There is no difference in the baseballs used in either league of the MLB.
Rawlings makes the baseballs.
That answer is unknown...MLB and the teams do not keep statistics like that.
They get eaten....much like babies.
It varies from season to season.
That statistic is way off, there are on average, 46 baseballs used in an MLB game.