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www.reference.com/article/record-mlb-history-f962c06063f051f

Of all MLB records, Pete Rose's 4,256 career hits stand tallest. Rose's longevity — more than 3,500 games played — and consistency at the plate — have been matched by few others.

www.reference.com/article/youngest-player-mlb-7328e90d998fc828

For the 2014 campaign, the youngest player in the MLB is Dilson Herrera, according to STATS LLC. The 20-year old became the league's youngest when he made his late-season debut with the New York Mets.

www.reference.com/article/many-teams-mlb-5e18b6bd78c6a20d

As of 2015, Major League Baseball consists of 30 pro teams. Fifteen teams compete in both the American League and National League, with the winner of each playing for the World Series.

www.reference.com/article/oldest-active-mlb-player-7cea7751e82f2373

The oldest active player in Major League Baseball, as of Sept. 2014, is Jason Giambi. He is 43 years old and plays for the Cleveland Indians.

www.reference.com/article/can-t-mlb-players-use-aluminum-bats-c443401844aeef3b

Major League Baseball players can't use aluminum bats because wooden bats maintain historical continuity, keep offenses reasonable and improve safety for players on the field. While aluminum bats are common from little league to college baseball, MLB remains steadfast i...

www.reference.com/article/necklaces-mlb-players-wearing-2d0c309dd2a9f4e4

The necklaces commonly seen on MLB players are cloth ropes twisted together with aqua titanium. The necklaces are made by a California company called Phiten and are supposed to help energy flow.

www.reference.com/article/first-mlb-night-game-1a81ffafe466a677

On May 24, 1935, Major League Baseball hosted its first official night game, which was played between the Cincinnati Reds and the Philadelphia Phillies in Cincinnati. Crosley Field had recently been fitted with electric lights, making that the perfect venue for an MLB n...