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|Major League Baseball|
|Founded||1903 | National League: 1876 | American League: 1901|
|Countries||USA: 29 Teams | Canada: 1 Teams|
|Most Titles||New York Yankees: 27 Titles|
|Most Recent Champion||Los Angeles Dodgers: 7 Titles|
MLB | General Information
Major League Baseball, also known as MLB, is the major professional league in the United States. Its creation was in 1903 when the first World Series was held and at that time, the American League and the National League decided to cooperate between the two leagues, but remain as separate entities. In 2000, they joined the two leagues into a single organization, which is what many know today.
The National League was created in 1876 and had a total of 8 teams between 1900 and 1952. As for the American League, it was created in 1901, with 8 teams in total. It was after World War II that the league began to expand to the south and west of the United States. At that moment is when we start to see many team changes and the moving of franchises to other cities.
Baseball's popularity began to rise between 1920 and 1930 and around that time is when we see the emergence of some of the most recognized and legendary players, such as Babe Ruth.
One of the most important events of MLB was when the color barrier was broken. That special moment was when Jackie Robinson was hired to play for the Brooklyn Dodgers (now the Los Angeles Dodgers). Another event that generated a lot of controversy was the use of steroids in 2006. Jose Canseco was one of the first players to admit the use of steroids and at the moment of the scandal, at least 80% of players in the league had used it. Players such as Alex Rodriguez, Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa, Rafael Palmeiro and Curt Schilling were called to confess about the problem.
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MLB | American League
The American League, known as AL, is one of two conferences that make up MLB: United States professional baseball league. The league consists of 15 teams, divided into three divisions, and the Tampa Bay Rays are the reigning champions or current AL pennant holders of the 2020 season.
Traditional teams such as the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Royals and more recently Houston Astros are part of an American League that, for many, is the most competitive.
The New York Yankees is the team that has won the American League pennant more times (40), while the only ones that have failed to win are the Seattle Mariners, recognized mainly by figures such as Ken Griffey Jr and Ichiro Suzuki.
AL | Basic Details
January 28th, 1901
Number of Teams:
Tampa Bay Rays | 2
American League | MLB
MLB | National League
The National League is one of two conferences that make up the MLB, a professional baseball championship in the United State. Like the American League, the National consists of 15 teams, which are separated into three divisions (five teams each).
Although they have many similarities, the National League has the most experience, as it was created in 1876, several years before the American, which allowed certain rules to be respected when it came to joining.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants are the teams with most wins in the National League with 23 pennants, while only the Milwaukee Brewers (initially members of the American League) have failed to make a crown. The National League Champion faces the American League champion in the popular World Series.
NL | Basic Details
February 2nd, 1969
Number of Teams:
Los Angeles Dodgers | 24
National League | MLB
MLB | City and Stadiums from all the Teams
|Baltimore Orioles||Baltimore, Maryland||Oriole Park at Camden Yards||45,971|
|Boston Red Sox||Boston, Massachusetts||Fenway Park||37,949|
|New York Yankees||New York City, New York||Yankee Stadium||47,309|
|Tampa Bay Rays||St. Petersburg, Florida||Tropicana Field||31,042|
|Toronto Blue Jays||Toronto, Ontario||Rogers Centre||49,282|
|Chicago White Sox||Chicago, Illinois||Guaranteed Rate Field||40,615|
|Cleveland Indians||Cleveland, Ohio||Progressive Field||35,225|
|Detroit Tigers||Detroit, Michigan||Comerica Park||41,297|
|Kansas City Royals||Kansas City, Missouri||Kauffman Stadium||37,903|
|Minnesota Twins||Minneapolis, Minnesota||Target Field||38,871|
|Houston Astros||Houston, Texas||Minute Maid Park||41,676|
|Los Angeles Angels||Anaheim, California||Angel Stadium||45,957|
|Oakland Athletics||Oakland, California||RingCentral Coliseum||35,067|
|Seattle Mariners||Seattle, Washington||T-Mobile Park||47,943|
|Texas Rangers||Arlington, Texas||Globe Life Field||40,300|
|Atlanta Braves||Atlanta, Georgia||Truist Park||41,500|
|Miami Marlins||Miami, Florida||Marlins Park||36,742|
|New York Mets||New York City, New York||Citi Field||41,922|
|Philadelphia Phillies||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Citizens Bank Park||43,651|
|Washington Nationals||Washington, D.C.||Nationals Park||41,313|
|Chicago Cubs||Chicago, Illinois||Wrigley Field||41,268|
|Cincinnati Reds||Cincinnati, Ohio||Great American Ball Park||42,319|
|Milwaukee Brewers||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Miller Park||41,900|
|Pittsburgh Pirates||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||PNC Park||38,362|
|St. Louis Cardinals||St. Louis, Missouri||Busch Stadium||43,975|
|Arizona Diamondbacks||Phoenix, Arizona||Chase Field||48,519|
|Colorado Rockies||Denver, Colorado||Coors Field||50,398|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||Los Angeles, California||Dodger Stadium||56,000|
|San Diego Padres||San Diego, California||Petco Park||40,162|
|San Francisco Giants||San Francisco, California||Oracle Park||41,915|
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