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San Francisco Giants vs. Milwaukee Brewers AT&T Park
San Francisco,CA
Wednesday
08/23/2017 12:45:00.000
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Baltimore Orioles vs. Oakland Athletics Oriole Park At Camden Yards
Baltimore,MD
Wednesday
08/23/2017 15:05:00.000
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Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Los Angeles Dodgers PNC Park
Pittsburgh,PA
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:05:00.000
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Philadelphia Phillies vs. Miami Marlins Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia,PA
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:05:00.000
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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Texas Rangers Angel Stadium
Anaheim,CA
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:07:00.000
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Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati,OH
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:10:00.000
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Tampa Bay Rays vs. Toronto Blue Jays Tropicana Field
Saint Petersburg,FL
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:10:00.000
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Houston Astros vs. Washington Nationals Minute Maid Park
Houston,TX
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:10:00.000
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New York Mets vs. Arizona Diamondbacks Citi Field
Flushing,NY
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:10:00.000
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Detroit Tigers vs. New York Yankees Comerica Park
Detroit,MI
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:10:00.000
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Chicago White Sox vs. Minnesota Twins Guaranteed Rate Field
Chicago,IL
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:10:00.000
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Cleveland Indians vs. Boston Red Sox Progressive Field
Cleveland,OH
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:10:00.000
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Kansas City Royals vs. Colorado Rockies Kauffman Stadium
Kansas City,MO
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:15:00.000
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St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Diego Padres Busch Stadium
St. Louis,MO
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:15:00.000
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Atlanta Braves vs. Seattle Mariners SunTrust Park
Atlanta,GA
Wednesday
08/23/2017 19:35:00.000
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Major League Baseball (MLB) is the highest level of professional baseball in the United States and Canada, consisting of teams that play in the National League and the American League. The two leagues merged in 2000 to form a single MLB organization led by the Commissioner of Baseball after 100 years as separate legal entities.

MLB constitutes one of the major professional sports leagues of the United States and Canada. It is composed of 30 teams - 29 in the United States and one in Canada. With the International Baseball Federation, MLB also manages the World Baseball Classic.

Major League Baseball is divided into the American League (14 teams) and the National League (16 teams). Currently, it is subdivided into three divisions - labeled East, Central, and West. The three-division structure dates back to 1994, one season after the National League expanded to 14 teams. From 1969 through 1993 each league has East and West division. Before 1997, the two leagues met directly only during the World Series and the All-Star Game.

In March 1995, two new franchises-the Arizona Diamondbacks and Tampa Bay Devil Rays-were awarded by Major League Baseball, to begin play in 1998. This addition brings the total number to 30. In early 1997, Major League Baseball decided to assign one new team to each league: Tampa Bay joined the American League and Arizona joined the National League. The original plan was to have an odd number of teams in each league (15 per league, with 5 in each division). Interleague play, introduced in 1997, would have had to be extended throughout the entire season to allow every team to play every day. It was unclear though if interleague play would continue after the 1998 season, as it had to be approved by the players' union. For this and other reasons, it was decided that both leagues should continue to have an even number of teams; one existing club would have to switch leagues. The Milwaukee Brewers agreed in November 1997 to move from the American League to the National League, thereby making the National League a 16-team league.

The two leagues were once totally separate rival corporate entities, but that distinction has all but disappeared. In 1903, the two leagues began to meet in an end-of-year championship series called the World Series. In 1920, the weak National Commission, which had been created to manage relationships between the two leagues, was replaced with the much more powerful Commissioner of Baseball, who had the power to make decisions for all of professional baseball unilaterally. In 2000, the American and National Leagues were dissolved as legal entities, and Major League Baseball became a single league de jure, although it had operated as a de facto single entity for many years.

The same rules and regulations are played between the two leagues with one exception: the American League operates under the Designated Hitter Rule, while the National League does not. This difference in rules between leagues is unique to MLB; the other sports leagues of the US including the NFL, NBA, NHL each have all teams playing under the same rules.
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