Baseball Area

The Baseball Area....the hot corner of the diamond.

The Baseball Area includes links to all the major baseball teams, the minor leagues and college baseball conferences. In addition there are extensive records for major league baseball, and past champions for minor and college leagues or conferences.

Whether you are a baseball coach, baseball player, or just a baseball fan pick up your bat, baseball glove and baseballs, then browse the site for the information you want. Be sure to pick up all your baseball equipment when you leave.

Major League Baseball (MLB)

MLB (Major League Baseball)

  • Major League Baseball information.

  • MLB Team Directory: links and general information on the Major League Baseball Teams.

  • Major League Team Info area contains detailed MLB team information, including season records and past managers, and latest headline news on each team.

  • MLB Awards area contains current and past winners of the major awards.

  • MLB Records, our newest addition, contain many historical facts, both by achievement and by year.

  • World Series section, covers the past winners of MLB Championship, and MVP's.

  • MLB All Star section, contains information of baseball's showcase game, including winners and MVP's.

Minor League Baseball

Minor Leagues, is the gateway to information on teams and champions of baseball's minor leagues, from AAA to Rookie leagues. The complex world of minor league baseball is simplified for you.

College Baseball


College Baseball Area, is a listing and link directory of NCAA Baseball, including records, and an all new champions area, by conference.

Baseball - History

Americans began playing baseball on informal teams, using local rules, in the early 1800s. By the 1860s, the sport, unrivaled in popularity, was being described as America's "national pastime."

Alexander Joy Cartwright (1820-1892) of New York invented the modern baseball field in 1845. Alexander Cartwright and the members of his New York Knickerbocker Base Ball Club, devised the first rules and regulations for the modern game of baseball.

Baseball was based on the English game of rounders. Rounders become popular in the United States in the early 19th century, where the game was called "townball", "base", or "baseball". Cartwright formalized the modern rules of baseball.

The first recorded baseball game in 1846 when Alexander Cartwright's Knickerbockers lost to the New York Baseball Club. The game was held at the Elysian Fields, in Hoboken, New Jersey. In 1858, the National Association of Base Ball Players, the first organized baseball league was formed.