Major League Baseball (MLB) scores are available on the official MLB website MLB.com, ESPN's website espn.go.com, flashscore.com/baseball, and yahoo.com, among many other websites. Baseball scores are also integrated into Google's search function and are available by searching for "baseball scores".Continue Reading
Each Major League Baseball team also lists the scores from their games on their own official website. For example, Chicago Cubs scores are available on chicago.cubs.mlb.com. As of 2015, during the regular Major League Baseball season, each of the 30 teams plays 162 games, giving a league-wide total of 2430 games. The post season features a minimum of 11 games and up to 18 games. Additionally, Major League Baseball hosts an All-Star game every season featuring two teams comprised of the best players from the two leagues that make up MLB, the National League and the American League.
Major League Baseball was founded in 1901, when the originally separate American League and National League joined together into a single organization. The current commissioner is Rob Manfred, who assumed office on January 25, 2015.
Other popular baseball leagues around the world include Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) in Japan, Korean Professional Baseball (KPB) in Korea and the Chinese Baseball League (CBL) in China. Scores for these leagues are also available online.Learn more about Baseball