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MLB (Major League Baseball) is the oldest professional baseball organization of the four major professional sports leagues from the United States and Canada. As many as 30 teams are part of the American League (AL) and National League (NL) at this time, that ran as separate legal organisations starting from 1901 and 1876 correspondingly. The leagues merged in 2000 into an individual group that was led by the Commissioner of Baseball. The group manages also some other minor baseball leagues, consisting of about 240 teams that are connected to the major-league clubs. MLB oversees the international World Baseball Classic tournament, together with the World Baseball Softball Confederation.

The first Baseball's professional team was established in Cincinnati in 1869, and the first few decades of professional baseball can be described as rivalries between the leagues and by players also, who frequently ran from one club or league to another. The time in baseball before 1920, was referred to as dead-ball period; players hardly hit home runs during this period. Baseball managed to overcome a game-throwing incident named the Black Sox Scandal that happened in the 1919 World Series. The sport started to rise in reputation during the 1920s, and survived possible decline through the Great Depression and Second World War. Soon after the war, baseball's color barrier was destroyed by Jackie Robinson.

The 1950s and the 1960s were a period of growth for the AL and NL, that time new stadiums along with artificial turf surfaces started to affect the game during the 1970s and 1980s. Home runs ruled the game in the 1990s, and media reports started to talk about the usage of anabolic steroids within the Major League players in the mid-2000s. In 2006, an investigation produced the Mitchell Report, which suggested many players used performance-enhancing substances, including a minumum of one baseball player from every team.

MLB consists today of thirty teams: 29 in the USA and one in Canada. The baseball teams competes in 162 matches every season and five of them from each league advance to a four-round postseason tournament that ends with the World Series. This is a best-of-seven championship set between the two league champions and dates to 1903. Baseball programs are broadcasted through North America and in a number of other countries around the world. MLB gets the highest season audience of all sports league worldwide, with a peak of more than 74 million spectators in 2013.