When was the first baseball card made?

Answer The first baseball cards were called "Cabinet Cards" and were produced from the 1840s to 1867. They were mementos to be hung on a cabinet or wall. The first commercial baseball cards were printed i... Read More »

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When was the first baseball made?

Ellis Drake is credited as designing and making the first model of the modern-day baseball. Born in 1839, he designed the ball's exterior pattern in grade school in the 1840s. H.P. Harwood and Sons... Read More »

How big is a baseball card?

The industry standard baseball card size is 2-1/2 inches wide and 3-1/2 inches long. Topps originally produced larger cards, but established the current dimensions in 1957. This size is now used fo... Read More »

Are baseball bats made of oak?

Baseball bats are not made from oak. Most wooden baseball bats are made from northern white ash, although maple has become a bit more popular as a bat material since Barry Bonds used maple bats to ... Read More »

How is an aluminum baseball bat made?

While wood is still the material used for bats in professional baseball, aluminum bats are used by a huge majority of baseball teams in the college, high school and recreational leagues. How woode... Read More »