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MLB Baseball Tickets -  Buy MLB baseball tickets today and get out to your local ballpark and support your favorite team. In the AL East, the Boston Red Sox will try to hold off the
New York Yankees. In the AL Central, the Cleveland Indians and the Detroit Tigers will battle it out for the division.  Out in the AL West, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim will have to
contend with the Seattle Mariners. In the NL West, the Arizona Diamondbacks, the San Diego Padres and the Los Angeles Dodgers are all contenders. In the NL Central, the Chicago
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MLB Baseball Description and History - Major League Baseball (MLB) is the highest level of play in North American professional baseball. Major League Baseball refers to the
organization that operates North American professional baseball's two leagues, the National League and the American League. The American League operates under the Designated
Hitter Rule, but the National League does not (inter-league, all-star and World Series game rules are determined by the home team's league rules). In 2000, the American and National
Leagues were officially disbanded as separate legal entities with all rights and functions consolidated in the commissioner's office. MLB effectively operates as a single league and as
such it constitutes one of the major professional sports leagues of North America.  Major League baseball made it to the West Coast of the United States in 1958, when the Brooklyn
Dodgers and New York Giants relocated to Los Angeles and San Francisco respectively. The first American League team on the West Coast was the Los Angeles Angels, who were
founded as an expansion team in 1961. Pitchers dominated the game in the 1960s and early 1970s. In the early 1970s the designated hitter (DH) rule was proposed. The American
League adopted this rule in 1973, though pitchers still bat for themselves in the National League to this day. The DH rule now constitutes the primary difference between the two