Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball (MLB) is a professional baseball league, consisting of teams that play in the American League and the National League. The two leagues merged in 2000 into a single organization led by the Commissioner of Baseball, after 100 years as separate legal entities.
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... Main article Current Major League Baseball franchises Division Team City/Area Stadium Founded Joined Notes American League East Baltimore Orioles 1 Baltimore, MD Oriole Park at ... TX Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 1961 National League East Atlanta Braves 12 Atlanta, GA Turner Field 1876 ... Miami Marlins 13 Miami, FL Marlins Park 1993 New York Mets New York, NY Citi Field 1962 Philadelphia ... CA AT T Park 1883 Notes Former Milwaukee Brewers (Western League 1894–1899) 1900–1901 St ...
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“How, in one short century, has this ersatz sport so strangled the consciousness of the country in the grip of its flabby tentacles that the mention of womens baseball gets no reaction other than blank amazement?”
—Darlene Mehrer, As quoted in Women in Baseball. Ch. 6, by Gai Ingham Berlage (1994)
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