You may have heard that a young man named Abner Doubleday invented the game known as baseball in Cooperstown, New York, during the summer of 1839. Baseball has become known as "the national pastime." It is also a democratic game. Unlike football and basketball, baseball can be played well by people of average height and weight.
The Fundamentals of baseball is very important if you plan on playing this sport for years in and years out. You need to know how to throw a baseball properly, how to swing all the way through while you are hitting and how to catch a ball the right way.
Rules and regulations
You need to know the basic rules and regulations if you play baseball. For Example say you didn't know the rules you run on a fly ball one out and you didn't tag up then you would cause your team to get a out which should not have even been an out in the first place.
You need to decide what position you want to play while practicing and in games. You may not always have a choice of where you would like to play. Some people that are left handed can't really play on the left side of the infield, which sucks because i myself am left-handed.
I know baseball has been evolving over time in many ways but one I'm going to be talking the racial barriers in baseball and how we have been able to overcome the racial barriers.Thanks to Branch Rickey's determination, baseball began to do away with America’s long-enshrined doctrine that the races could be separate and yet equal years before the government began to chip away at Jim Crow. Jackie Robinson shattered baseball’s 58-year-old "gentleman’s agreement" to exclude black players from playing with whites. Jackie Robinson's courage played a big part in breaking down the racial barriers in Major League Baseball.