The Baseball Fever
Do you know the origin of Baseball? No it is not USA. Actually baseball originated from England in the mid-18th century and then it immigrants from the UK brought the game to North America and there has been no looking back. The game has evolved quite a lot and it has taken over the country like a storm. In the 1850s the game had turned into a craze and in another couple of years, people started to take the game seriously as clubs started to emerge along with a national governing body. By 19th century, the popularity of the game had made it a national sport and is now extremely popular. The rules of the game are pretty simple but what set the game apart from other sports are its high voltage dynamics and the one-on-one contests that often take place. To many Americans, a perfect weekend surely includes a baseball game along with popcorn. Whether you are watching it from the pleasures of your home or you are actually present in the stadium watching it all happen live in front of your eyes, the game has frenzied every baseball lover.
Many superstars were born from this sport like Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Ty Cobb or Walter Johnson and they were the epitome of consistency and they have actually achieved impossible feats. Americans do not simply call baseball as the national pastime. There are a lot of leagues for the viewers to enjoy and a star rises from each season.