Game of Baseball

Baseball is America's game, but it is quickly becoming a worldwide phenomenon. Read about your favorite sluggers, pitchers and teams throughout history.

The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York holds shrines dedicated to the league's top players. Hank Aaron, Billy Herman, and Joe Medwick are a few of the players who played for the Braves. Learn about the Atlanta Braves Hall of Famers.

An enterprising sportswriter shortened “cyclone” to “Cy” after seeing the young Denton True Young warming up against a wooden fence. Young would never again be known by any other name during his professional career.

The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown also celebrates some of the greatest pitchers the game of baseball has ever seen. You can learn about the careers of some of the greatest pitchers found in the Hall of Fame in this section.

Cooperstown New York is famous because it is the home of the Baseball Hall of Fame, which is a shrine to the game's greatest players. Here, you can learn about some of the catchers that can be found in the Hall of Fame.

Need a refresher on the rules of America's favorite game? This article explains the rules, equipment and scores.

When Mark McGwire hits a home run, the distance the ball traveled is always announced on the scoreboard and on television a few seconds later. How do they know how far the ball traveled, and what techniques do they use to figure it out?

Baseball fields often have checkerboards and other patterns mowed into them. How can I create the same effect with my lawn?

If you didn't grow up tossing a baseball around, you may wonder how that amazing curveball is thrown. This article explains how it works and how to throw one yourself.

Sixteen major league perfect games have been pitched in the entire history of baseball. What's a pitcher's definition of perfection?

Almost every Major League Baseball player was groomed in the Minor League. Go behind the scenes with the Durham Bulls to find out all about the Minors!