Definition of Baseball club

1. Noun. A team of professional baseball players who play and travel together. "Each club played six home games with teams in its own division"

Exact synonyms: Ball Club, Club, Nine
Generic synonyms: Baseball Team
Group relationships: Baseball League



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baseball Club

base sequence analysis
base sheet
base station subsystem
base substitution
base unit
base units
base view
baseball
baseball bat
baseball bats
baseball cap
baseball caps
baseball card
baseball cards
baseball clinic
baseball club (current term)
baseball coach
baseball coil
baseball diamond
baseball elbow
baseball equipment
baseball field
baseball finger
baseball game
baseball glove
baseball league
baseball manager
baseball mitt
baseball play
baseball player

Literary usage of Baseball club

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publication by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.), Cleveland Foundation Survey Committee, Emergency Conservation Committee (U.S.) (1920)
"The Cleveland baseball club is one of eight organizations comprising the American League. The Cleveland Baseball Company, which owns the park, ..."

2. Press Reference Library by International News Service (1915)
"Mr. Powers paid a large price for what he secured in the Los Angeles Baseball Club, but he had long wanted to get back into baseball and believed Pacific ..."

3. Press Reference Library (Southwest Ed.) ...: Being the Portraits and by Los Angeles examiner, Los Angeles (1912)
"The baseball club and plant now represent a big business in themselves. He is immensely interested in the growth of Los Angeles, and is one of the most ..."

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