Baseball League

  • (noun): A league of baseball teams.

Some articles on league, baseball, baseball league:

Sport In Ottawa - Sports - Baseball
... Ottawa has sported three International League franchises in its history ... The Lynx were once very popular in the city, leading the league in attendance in its inaugural season ... Baseball was revived in Ottawa for the 2008 season, when the Ottawa Rapidz were founded in the independent Can-Am League ...
Martinsville Mustangs
... The Martinsville Mustangs are a baseball team in the Coastal Plain League, a collegiate summer baseball league ... first started participating in the Coastal Plain League during the 2005 season compiling a record of 22 wins and 34 losses ... The pre-professional baseball team was founded in 2005 after professional baseball pulled out of Martinsville following the 2003 season ...
Men's Senior Baseball League - History
... The Men’s Senior Baseball League (MSBL)/Men’s Adult Baseball League (MABL) is the premier amateur baseball league for adults 18 years of age and older was founded by Steve Sigler in 1988 ...
London Mets - History
... The London Mets Youth Baseball Club train and play in Finsbury Park, North London, where they have a clubhouse and two diamonds ... began organising and training a separate baseball programme for young people in the Park in 1995 under the name London Meteorites ... The London Mets Youth Baseball Club has rapidly expanded in the past few years ...
Men's Senior Baseball League
... The Men’s Senior Baseball League (MSBL)/Men’s Adult Baseball League (MABL) is a national organization in the United States, with 325 local affiliates, 3,200 teams, and 45,000 ...

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