EXPANSION OF THE LEAGUE
Several major league teams moved during the 1950s; the first, the Boston Braves, moved to Milwaukee in 1953. Other key changes occurred in 1958 when the Brooklyn Dodgers left for Los Angeles and the New York Giants went to San Francisco and extended the market baseball across the United States . Professional baseball became so popular that many cities asked permission to create new clubs.
An unfortunate for baseball moment came in the 1990 Players felt they were not being sufficiently rewarded by the owners of clubs, so they initiated a strike in September 1994 that lasted until May 1995 causing it to cancel the Jurassic World the Game Hack season for the first time since 1904.
THE BASEBALL IN THE WORLD
Baseball, which is now an Olympic sport, is played in many countries, especially in Latin America , Europe and Japan , where it has a large following and where it was introduced first by an American, Horace Wilson, in 1872; Professional game exists for 50 years, have two leagues, Central and Pacific, with a total of 12 teams. American teams often play in Japan at the end of the regular season. In school and college is extremely popular: every summer, some 4,000 secondary schools take part in the All Japan Baseball Tournament, which is held near the city of Osaka.