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'''Major League Baseball''' is divided into two leagues, the [[American League|American]] and the [[National League]] and has existed since 1903. The Major League baseball season runs from [[March]] or [[April]] until [[September]] or [[October]]. Spring training comes before the main season, usually in [[February]]. The playoffs follow the regular season, culminating in the [[World Series]] in [[October]]. The only difference between the play of the two leagues is that American League teams are permitted to allow a [[designated hitter]] to bat in place of the pitcher.
 
'''Major League Baseball''' is divided into two leagues, the [[American League|American]] and the [[National League]] and has existed since 1903. The Major League baseball season runs from [[March]] or [[April]] until [[September]] or [[October]]. Spring training comes before the main season, usually in [[February]]. The playoffs follow the regular season, culminating in the [[World Series]] in [[October]]. The only difference between the play of the two leagues is that American League teams are permitted to allow a [[designated hitter]] to bat in place of the pitcher.
  

Revision as of 20:56, 16 July 2007

Major League Baseball is divided into two leagues, the American and the National League and has existed since 1903. The Major League baseball season runs from March or April until September or October. Spring training comes before the main season, usually in February. The playoffs follow the regular season, culminating in the World Series in October. The only difference between the play of the two leagues is that American League teams are permitted to allow a designated hitter to bat in place of the pitcher.

American League

National League