Can anyone be a pro baseball player?
maybe. they just have to be good
Josh M is a 29 years old guy who is a former pro baseball player.
Josh M is a former pro baseball player who lives in Tampa, FL.
To be a pro baseball player in takes heart, determination, skill, plenty of hard work, and perserveriance
Quite frankly, the chances of anyone becoming a pro hockey player are extremely slim.
Pro baseball players in 2007 had a minimum total salary of 2.5million dollars
A pro gets paid around 750,000 a game.
Yeah. Some notables: Rickey Henderson (Baseball and Football, pro baseball player) Frank Thomas (baseball and football, pro baseball player) dieon sanders (baseball and football, pro in both) and bo jackson, the greatest of them all (baseball and football, pro in both)
Please re-phrase this question. There is no longivity requirement to be a "professional" baseball player. To be a "pro", one must only be paid a salary to play baseball.
he wanted to be a pro. baseball player, but instead he went off to be a pro hockey player
NBL stands for National Baseball League so maybe a pro baseball player.
The odds of a high school athlete's becoming a pro football, baseball, or basketball player are 837 to 1.
LHP Mike Maroth
the average salary for a pro baseball player in 2005 is $1 (one dollar)
To become a profesinal baseball player you only need to have a high school diploma.
At the very least, your average pro baseball player will have gained a BA in interior design.
The skills needed to be a pro baseball player are you need to be very athletic , good state of mind good attitude and the desire to be a champion and all of this can be created over a period of time , through out training and practices and then you can be a great baseball player.
Ask a pro baseball player or a doctor.......
at least 6 feet
Jackie Robinson was the first pro ball player on a pro team.
The mean salary of professional baseball player is about $3.2 million per year. The current minimum salary in 2014 for a pro baseball player is $500,000.
Kevin Costner considered becoming a pro baseball player Which of these baseball movies does he not star in?
Eight Men Out
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it depends how long the game is
It depends on how good they are.......
he died of a heart attack
I vow to become a famous pro baseball player.
professional baseball player
It can be anywhere from 100,000 to 30 million a year matters on the skills of the player
Depends on who it is like anyone
about 3 million dollars if you are pretty good if not and 800.000
at least 100$ a nigth or game
While there were a few black players in the late 1800s, there was an unwritten ban at the start of the 20th century. It was broken by Jackie Robinson, the first black pro baseball player in 1947 when he played for the Brooklyn Dodgers.
In America baseball players get more money. In the world soccer players get more money. I know a great soccer player who plays in Barcalona was offered 100,000,00 pounds. That means that in the US that would equel 200,000,000 pounds.
Was it Billy Sunday? He was a pro baseball player turned preacher.
There are about 2 off days every 2-3 weeks as a team, but as a pro player you might sit out maybe 6-12 games a season barring injury.
A pro football player.
A pro baseball player make about a average of $19.1 million dollars per year.
You need to be good at baseball and have a good playing stragedie for the game also a good stance and that is about it.
No but they are both like famous her mom was a pro tennis player and her dad was a Minor league baseball player
Andre Rodgers was a cricket player who also played shortstop for the San Francisco Giants.
If you don't live in the U.S you can get into the MLB without any education.
no u just gotta be able to hit a ball
The pro baseball player has plenty of benefits. They have the money, the cars, the clothes, and even the stylish jewelery. They get paid for doing something that doensnt take brains. do they even have a good education though?
Benito Baez debuted on August 25, 2001, playing for the Florida Marlins at Pro Player Stadium; he played his final game on October 5, 2001, playing for the Florida Marlins at Pro Player Stadium.
Brent Billingsley debuted on May 20, 1999, playing for the Florida Marlins at Pro Player Stadium; he played his final game on October 3, 1999, playing for the Florida Marlins at Pro Player Stadium.
Chris Clapinski debuted on July 17, 1999, playing for the Florida Marlins at Pro Player Stadium; he played his final game on September 24, 2000, playing for the Florida Marlins at Pro Player Stadium.
Amaury Garcia debuted on July 5, 1999, playing for the Florida Marlins at Pro Player Stadium; he played his final game on October 3, 1999, playing for the Florida Marlins at Pro Player Stadium.