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  1. 1. BASEBALL12020002 강도영 12020026 김수아 12020033 김태연 12020045 박지수 12020072 안효진
  2. 2. RIGIN started from USA started from England O 13century Cricket Rounders came toAmerica as immigrants moved in
  3. 3. First record in America about Baseball IndependentWar George Ewing, a RevolutionaryWar soldier, wrote in a letter home about playing a game of "base" atValley Forge. 1778 1825first written record of the word "baseball" newspaper in NewYork “Daily Gadget ”
  4. 4. In early 19th century, baseball became popular sport. the fist organized baseball team "NewYork Knickerbockers" founded byAlexander Cartwright, considered one of the original developers of modern baseball. 1845 made rules similar to those nowadays 1849they wore the first baseball uniforms, first recorded
  5. 5. NewYork Knickerbockers
  6. 6. use of canvas base made with thick hemp clothes, start of 9 inning system start of strike & ball, out when fielders catch the flying ball baseball games stopped. Pro League for the first time But, after the war, it developed more 1871 American CivilWar. 1865 few years later 1858NationalAssociation of Baseball Player
  7. 7. 1876 National League 1907 American League MLB 1903World Series played since 1903 between theAmerican League (AL) and National League (NL) team champions + =
  8. 8. ajor eague aseball a professional baseball league consisting of teams that play in the American League and National League found in 1869. 1team29teams30teams American Canadian = +
  9. 9. KansasCityRoyals MinnesotaTwins NewYorkYankees OaklandAthletics SeattleMariners TampaBayRays TaxasRangers TorontoBlueJays LosAngelesAngles BaltimoreOrioles BostonRedSox ClevelandIndian ChicagoWhiteSox DetroitTigers HoustonAstros
  10. 10. ColoradoRockies LosAngelesDodgers MiamiMarlins MilwaukeeBrewers NewYorkMets PhiladelphiaPhillies PittsburghPirates SanDiegoPadres SanFranciscoGiants St,LouisCardinals WashingtonNationals ArizonaDiamondbacks AtlantaBraves ChicagoCubs CincinnatiReds
  11. 11. Difference between National League vs.American League NL AL designated hitter system X pitchers have to bat designated hitter system O pitchers don't have to bat BUT! no difference other than designated hitter system
  12. 12. SpringTraining Regular Season Postseason(10 teams) All-Star Game Season Structure
  13. 13. SpringTraining a series of practices and exhibition games preceding the start of the regular season existing team players : practice time prior to competitive play new players : audition for roster and position spots
  14. 14. Regular Season 162 games per team, typically begins on the first Sunday inApril and ends on the first Sunday in October 3-game series, with occasional two or four game series
  15. 15. All-Star GameIn July, a four day break take place and the Major League BaseballAll-Star Game is held. National league star player American league star player vs
  16. 16. Post Seasonstarts in October of November When the regular season ends after the first Sunday in October (or the last Sunday in September), ten teams enter the postseason playoffs. playoffs or "finals" that occur after the regular season is complete
  17. 17. Playoff MLB Division Series Championship Series World Series
  18. 18. World Series 1st place team wild card = teams whose winning rate is highest of all wild card west wild card east wild card mid vs vs vs
  19. 19. Teams & AMOUS Players F
  20. 20. LosAngeles DodgersNational League Name LosAngeles Dodgers (1958–present) Brooklyn Dodgers (1932–1957) Brooklyn Robins (Unofficial) (1914–1931) Brooklyn Superbas (Unofficial) (1899–1910) BrooklynTrolley Dodgers (Initially unofficial) (1891–1898) Brooklyn Bridegrooms/Grooms (Unofficial) (1888–1898) Brooklyn Grays (Unofficial) (1885–1887) BrooklynAtlantics (Unofficial) (1883–1884) 1884 ~
  21. 21. Major league titles NL Pennants (21) World Series titles (6) AA Pennants (1) West Division titles (12) Wild card berths (2) 1955 • 1959 • 1963 • 1965 • 1981 • 1988 1890 • 1899 • 1900 • 1916 • 1920 • 1941 • 1947 • 1949 1952 • 1953 • 1955 • 1956 • 1959 • 1963 • 1965 • 1966 1974 • 1977 • 1978 • 1981 • 1988 1889 974 • 1977 • 1978 • 1981 • 1983 • 1985 • 1988 • 1995 • 2004 • 2008 • 2009 • 2013 1996 • 2006
  22. 22. Sandy Koufax Jackie Robinson Clayton Kershaw the first AfricanAmerican player in MLB left handed retired pitcher Bats: Left Throws: Left in 1972, youngest player ever elected to the Baseball Hall of Fall he is called as 2nd Sandy Koufax 3× All-Star (2011, 2012, 2013) NL Cy Young Award (2011) Gold Glove Award (2011) NL Triple Crown (2011) NL Strikeout Champion (2011) 2× MLB ERA Champion (2011, 2012) National League Wins Champion (2011) etc. FAMOUS PLAYER
  23. 23. NewYorkYankees American League 1901 ~ Name NewYorkYankees (1913–present) NewYork Highlanders (1903–1912) Baltimore Orioles (1901–1902)
  24. 24. Major league titles AL Pennants (40) World Series titles (27) Eest Division titles (18) Wild card berths (4) 2009 · 2000 · 1999 · 1998 · 1996 · 1978 · 1977 · 1962 · 1961 · 1958 · 1956 · 1953 · 1952 · 1951 · 1950 · 1949 · 1947 · 1943 · 1941 · 1939 · 1938 · 1937 · 1936 · 1932 · 1928 · 1927 · 1923 2009 · 2003 · 2001 · 2000 · 1999 · 1998 · 1996 · 1981 · 1978 · 1977 · 1976 · 1964 · 1963 · 1962 · 1961 · 1960 · 1958 · 1957 · 1956 · 1955 · 1953 · 1952 · 1951 · 1950 · 1949 · 1947 · 1943 · 1942 · 1941 · 1939 · 1938 · 1937 · 1936 · 1932 · 1928 · 1927 · 1926 · 1923 · 1922 · 1921 2012 · 2011 · 2009 · 2006 · 2005 · 2004 · 2003 · 2002 · 2001 · 2000 · 1999 · 1998 · 1996 · 1981 · 1980 · 1978 · 1977 · 1976 2010 · 2007 · 1997 · 1995
  25. 25. 2130 games in a row Joe DiMaggio total of 714 homeruns made a hit 56 games in a row Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig FAMOUS PLAYER
  26. 26. Video MLBTop Plays 2013 Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bD8F4vDZx4
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