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Major League Baseball (Grade 6)

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Major League Baseball

Match the ball club with the city it represents. Baseball

__YankeesA.Washington DC
__Red SoxB.Cincinnati
__DodgersC.New York
__RedsE.Kansas City MO
__White SoxF.Los Angeles
__CubsG.St. Louis
__MetsH.New York
How many teams are in Major League Baseball?
  1. 26
  2. 30
  3. 34
  4. 36
Major League Baseball is divided into what?
  1. National Conference and American Conference
  2. National League and American League
  3. American League and Canadian League
  4. North Division, East Division, South Division, West Division
Each year the champion of Major League Baseball is determined in the                               .
The championship trophy of Major League Baseball is called
  1. the Commissioner's Trophy.
  2. the Stanley Cup.
  3. the Grand Slam Trophy.
  4. the Lombardi Trophy.
Like the fields in the National Football League, each Major League Baseball field has the same dimensions.
  1. True
  2. False
The annual game showcasing the best players in Major League Baseball is called the                                 .
The greatest players, managers and sports writers in Major League history are enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in
  1. Las Vegas, NV.
  2. Orlando, FL.
  3. Canton, OH.
  4. Cooperstown, NY.
Players in training for Major League Baseball play in the minor leagues, also known as what?
  1. the grapefruit league
  2. the cactus league
  3. the farm system
  4. the training camp system
Although it expands later in the season, how many players are allowed on a Major League team's active roster at the beginning of the season?
  1. 9
  2. 18
  3. 26
  4. 28
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