|baseball standings 1998||0.52||0.8||9503||56|
|basketball standings 1998||1.08||0.5||9739||76|
|baseball standings 1989||1.71||1||2418||23|
|baseball standings 1997||1.89||0.8||2350||85|
|baseball standings 1988||1.74||0.3||5301||47|
|baseball standings 1980||1.71||0.5||4375||28|
|baseball standings 1981||0.45||0.5||9153||61|
|baseball standings 1982||0.5||0.5||3062||100|
|baseball standings 1983||0.94||0.7||8256||100|
|baseball standings 1985||1.44||0.4||4519||27|
|baseball standings 1987||0.01||0.3||3272||5|
The first official game of baseball in the United States took place in June 1846 in Hoboken, New Jersey. In 1869, the Cincinnati Red Stockings became America’s first professional baseball club.How many MLB playoff teams are there?
There are 10 MLB teams that go to the Major League Baseball Playoffs. Six division leaders and four in the American League and National League Wild Card games.Who was baseballs MVP in 1998 for the National League?
The 1998 All-Star Game on July 7, 1998 at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado (home of the Rockies). The Mid-Summer Classic was celebrated as baseball's annual match-up featuring that season's brightest stars. This Official All-Star Game ball features 34 total signatures from the National League squad, including 1998's NL MVP Sammy Sosa.