These sites offer an introduction to the sport of baseball. Read about the history of baseball and how the game is played. Visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame to learn about famous players. View photos of the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum. Includes interactive baseball games. There are links to eThemes Resources on the St. Louis Cardinals and the Negro League.
This site has comic book style articles that teach students about the physical motions of baseball. Play fun interactive games about the motions. Under the heading of "Exhibits," students can practice their swing time and home run hitting. There are also classroom activity ideas.
This is the official site of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. See the inductee plaques, World Series artifacts, and more. Vist the "Hall of Famers" link on the left for information about all the memebers in the hall of fame.
Learn more about Babe Ruth and the history of his birthplace in Baltimore, MD. Take a virtual tour and Museum and view pictures of the exhibits on display. NOTE: This site leads to social networking sites.
These sites have information about the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team. Read about the players, managers, owners, and history of the St. Louis team. Includes articles on Jack Buck, Darryl Kyle, Roger Maris, and Mark McGwire.
These sites have information about the teams and players in the Negro Baseball League. The history of the league is explained in text and timelines. Many sites have photographs and biographies of these players.