Almanac - Definitive, vast in its reach
and scope, Baseball Almanac is a mother lode of facts, figures,
anecdotes, quotations & essays focused on the national pastime.
It has been an indispensable research tool.
America - Known for their prospect list.
The directory is a comprehensive reference of teams, people,
addresses & phone numbers as well as a travel guide with
complete major league and minor league (plus independent) schedules
and ballpark directions. Contains contact information for college
baseball programs, winter, foreign and summer college leagues
and amateur baseball programs.
Baseball - The online encyclopedia that includes:
History/Origins of baseball, Baseball around the world, Gameplay,
Defensive strategy, Pitching, Batting and base running strategy,
The uniqueness of each baseball park & much more.
Baseball Timeline - From 1839 when Abner Doubleday
invented baseball in Cooperstown, New York to 1845 when Alexander
Joy Cartwright develops the rules of baseball to 1867 Candy
Cummings throwing the first curveball in baseball to 1985
Pete Rose breaking Ty Cobb's all-time hit record to 2005 Tsuyoshi
Shinjo, an outfielder for the San Francisco Giants, becoming
the first Japanese player to take part in a World Series game.
Hall of Fame - National Baseball Hall of Fame and
Museum Preserving History. Honoring Excellence. Connecting Generations.
Exhibits, resource library, baseball history, online museum
store, games, Hall of Fame Fantasy Camp and of course members
of the hall of fame
of Baseball - Various games, activities & articles
that show the science in baseball. Games: Fastball Reaction
Time imitates a 90-mph fastball thrown by a major league
pitcher. While this exhibit doesn't test if you could actually
hit a fastball, it does test whether you could react in time
to hit one. The Scientific Slugger imitates a ball
being hit perfectly by a major league player.
Strategies - Why didn't he pinch hit for him? Does
he not know what a double switch is? How many times have you
wondered out loud that you could be a much better manager, then
oh, say, Grady Little. Well now you can be! ArmchairGM needs
your help. Put together a Guide to Smart Baseball. When is it
appropriate to hit and run? When should you intentionally walk
a batter? We are trying to answer this as well as many other
Reference - Up-to-date Major League Baseball Statistics
for each player, team, and league in baseball history.