When it comes to sports history, no sport has a history quite like baseball. Great players from the early 1900’s are still known by all baseball fans today, great moments still talked about and records still be broken. People in the U.S. are most familiar with Major League Baseball, which was founded in 1876, but as the years have past, baseball leagues have continued to emerge around the world. Baseball has long been referred to as “America’s Pastime”, has become the world’s game.

And that is evident, whenever you buy a ticket to see a baseball game. Players from around the world fill the rosters of Major League teams, and will continue to for as long as the game goes on. Baseball has recently capitalized on the growing popularity of the sport around the world with the implementation of the World Baseball Classic, or WBC. Teams representing countries battle it out to see whose country has the best players. Though still in its infancy, the WBC is becoming a popular event among baseball purists.

A standing room only crowd of 48,103 at Yankee Stadium saw Derek Jeter reach and surpass the 3,000-hit mark unlike anyone in baseball history on Saturday, July 9. Jeter entered the Yankees‘ game against the Tampa Bay Rays two hits shy of the milestone and went a remarkable 5-for-5... Read more
The New York Mets, which touted the team was decreasing the price of tickets in 2011, is one of several Major League Baseball (MLB) teams that increased the convenience and processing fees they charge fans this season. The team charges the second-highest add-on fees of all MLB teams at... Read more
For almost 70 years, the Major League Baseball playoffs were the shortest and simplest of the four major sports: The American League and National League champion met in the World Series. But come 2012, MLB will almost surely join the NFL, the NBA and the NHL in inviting double-digit... Read more
The American League East isn’t the only place in which the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees usually finish 1-2. The longtime rivals, who have finished in the top two in the AL East in six of the last nine seasons, also lead the majors in the most... Read more
Most of the 30 Major League Baseball teams opened the season last week with World Series aspirations. Commissioner Bud Selig has a couple big goals of his own which are likely intertwined: Continued labor peace and reaching an all-time record in single-season attendance. Selig told reporters in Arizona at... Read more
Tickets for the upcoming 2011 Major League Baseball season, as well as tickets to several upcoming concert dates from Keith Urban are on sale throughout the weekend ending March 7 as compiled by TicketNews. Starting off this weekend’s onsales are tickets to four Major League Baseball teams’ 2011 home... Read more
Tickets for several Major League Baseball teams for the upcoming 2011 season, as well as tickets to several upcoming concert dates from Usher are on sale throughout the weekend ending February 28 as compiled by TicketNews. This weekend’s onsales starts off with single game tickets to several MLB teams’... Read more
The Major League Baseball playoffs begin today, October 6, and the Philadelphia Phillies—which finished with the best record in the game at 97-65—are the consensus favorite to not only win their third straight National League pennant but also their second World Series crown in three years. But the Phillies... Read more
The Tampa Bay Devil Rays’ first decade may have been the least auspicious of any team in Major League Baseball history. Tampa Bay lost at least 90 games in every season from its inception in 1998 through 2007 and had the worst record in the game during that span.... Read more
An epic, Armageddon-inducing World Series between the two most star-crossed teams in baseball appeared oh-so-possible when the Chicago Cubs opened a three games to one lead on the Florida Marlins in the 2003 National League Championship Series and the Boston Red Sox engaged the New York Yankees in a... Read more