Baseball And Baseball: The History Of Baseball

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“Every day is a new opportunity. You can build on yesterday 's success or put its failures behind and start over again. That 's the way life is, with a new game every day, and that 's the way baseball is”(Bob Feller). People in America besides the food, the jobs, and the freedom love and enjoy Americas sports. While a great many of people see football as “America 's game”, baseball has been “America 's game” for over a generation. Baseball was one of America’s most earliest and famous games back in the 1800’s and still is to this day and age. People see baseball as a game or a sport and it is, but it in many ways is also so much more than just a game or sport. It may be to your surprise, but baseball has played a big part to our history here in the United States of America.
During the Summer of 1839 a young man named Abner Double was said to have invented now known as “America’s game” baseball in Cooperstown, New York. As time passed after baseball had been created it spread across the nation and kept growing from there. After being created baseball evolved through the years, for example 6 years after the game was invented 25 year old Alexander Cartwright created the rules of baseball including three strikes and you 're out(when three balls are thrown into the strike zone) . One year later in 1846 the real first official baseball game was played by a team known as the Knickerbockers and a team of cricket players. In 1903 the World Series(The best of 7 games championship

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