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Take me out to the ballgame, the baseball game, that is! The baseball category is all about the game of baseball, America's pastime. Questions include what a baseball is made of, what bats are the best to use, what the bullpen is, and much more!

Asked in Baseball, Baseball History, World Series

What determines the winning pitcher in a MLB game?

In almost all cases, the starting pitcher has to last at least five innings and his team must a) be in the lead before a reliever throws a pitch, and b) maintain the lead for the rest of the game. For a reliever to get a win, it's the same minus the five-inning provision. Losses are different, since that is based on the runs for which the pitcher is "responsible" -- ones that reached base against him while he was in...
Asked in Baseball, Jokes and Riddles

What is the answer to the joke what do you call the person who mows the grass on a baseball field?

The individual who mows the grass on a baseball field is known as a diamond cutter. Cutting diamond is a skill, and a baseball field is called a diamond. ...
Bret Cummings asked in World Series, Major League Baseball (MLB), Baseball, Baseball History

What are the strangest things to happen during the MLB World Series?

Since the first MLB World Series in 1903, dozens of strange, notable, or downright bizarre moments have occurred during the Fall Classic. Here are a few of the most unusual: A guy parachuted onto the field. In Game 6 of the 1986 World Series, then-37-year-old Michael Sergio decided to show his allegiance to the New York Mets by parachuting onto the field. Ron Darling gave him a high five, but Sergio was found guilty of criminal...
Asked in Baseball, Houston Astros, Baseball History

What was the longest game in Houston Astros history?

The longest game in Houston Astros history was on April 15, 1968 when the Astros shutout the New York Mets 1-0 in 24 innings. ...
Asked in Baseball, Baseball History, Major League Baseball (MLB)

What is the most wins in a month by an MLB team?

21 The Dodgers in June, then 20 for the Dodgers in July 2017, although hey had a much better July going 20-22 vs. 21-27 in June...
Asked in Baseball, Pittsburgh Pirates, Baseball History

Roberto clemente favorite food?

Pizza, mashed potatoes, gravy and turkey. YOU IDIOTS!
Asked in Baseball, Famous People

Joe DiMaggio signed a picture in 1992 and it has a authenticity what is it worth?

The value would depend on a few things, but the picture is worth anywhere from $200 - $2500.. It would depend on what the picture is, how old the picture is, and who supplied the authenticity. If the picture was taken in 1992, it would be closer to a $250 or $300 value range, because its obviously after he retired.. But there is a market for pictures of Dimaggio after his playing career, you would just have to find a big...