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History of the MLB:

America's greatest pastime has a long-standing and intriguing history.  Though the exact originals of baseball itself are difficult to determine, the New York Knickerbocker Base Ball Club has an early start as they set the game into motion in 1846 . This club consisted of approximately 30 men and they set many of the rules for baseball that are still in use to day including the diamond field, foul lines, three strikes and you’re out policy and more.  And while the teams and venues have changed over the decades, much the game is the same as it was in its infancy. When you buy cheap MLB tickets, you’re taking a peak into our Nation’s history.

Learn more about the MLB History and Foundation below

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The first professional team, the Cincinnati Red Stockings, emerged in 1869. One year later they were transferred to Boston and rebranded to the Boston Red Stockings and the National League was created. The players were paid a yearly salary that roughly translates to $23,000 in today’s money market. As the game gain popularity and clout, more teams were created in the northeastern states including New York, St. Louis, Hartford and a few more. But it wasn’t all fun and games for our early ball players. Team owners were said to be harsh if not cruel, paid low wages and if a player dared to complain he was fired on the spot.

It wasn’t until the death of William A. Hulbert and the rise of his successor A.G. Spalding that the players were treated as the entertainers that they are. Spalding created and branded his own sporting goods line and that brand is still in use to date! You may even notice it when you buy discount mlb tickets and attend the game.

In 1903, a national agreement was put into play (no pun intended), and created the National Baseball Commission. The commissions consisted of one president from each of the leagues. Their role was to govern the rules and game of baseball. As a result the MLB was formed in 1903 and later that year Boston beat Pittsburgh in the first ever “World Series.

Eventually the American League and the National League were formed and were later merged to officially create the Major League Baseball. Now composed of 30 teams, 29 in the United States and one in Canada, the MLB is one of the most attended major sports league in the world. By uniting as one main league, the MLB has the capability to make changes when needed and ensure every team has MLB tickets for sale.

The MLB is still divided into the American League and the National League with 14 and 16 teams respectively. Then, each league is further divided into three subdivisions included East, Central, and West.

The MLB seasons are broken down into 4 training seasons; The Spring Season, Regular Season, All-Star Game and Post Season.

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