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What is the average lifespan of a baseball?

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2005-06-30 14:28:55
2005-06-30 14:28:55

Apparantly it is only 2-3 pitches. This was a trivia question on a fruit juice drink a little bit ago. Don't know how valid it is. I've heard 7 pitches.

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