Why Baseball is America’s Pastime

Have you ever wondered why people say that baseball is America’s pastime? Have you yourself ever wondered Why baseball is America's pastimewhy baseball is America’s pastime?

Howdy friends and welcome to BaseballXGear!

This is the first post on BaseballXGear and I wanted to share the thoughts of my awesome daughter on just what makes baseball such a passion for so many people.

She has gladly accepted the challenge and the following are her thoughts on just why baseball is America’s pastime.

Let’s dig right in and see what she has to say. 馃檪

Why baseball is America’s pastimePicture of baseball statue with bats on top

Whether boy or girl, man or woman, 5 or 105, baseball holds a special place in every American’s heart. There’s nothing quite like a day spent at the park watching the ball team.

No matter if they win or lose, we stay, and we keep coming back. We’ll spend hours at the local baseball field even if we couldn’t hit a ball if our lives depended on it.

Why? What makes baseball America’s pastime?

Fun Times

Baseball can be enjoyed by anybody.

You don’t have to be a certain color, height, weight, or gender to play the game. You don’t even have to be good. You simply have to have fun, and Americans love some good times. It is a great memory to make with your friends and family.

It’s fun to remember that at one time, you couldn’t throw, catch or hit a ball, and then remember the day your old man taught you. Baseball is not only a good way to pass time, but a great way to enjoy it.

Who We Are

Baseball represents who we are as a country.

It is a game that requires strength, endurance, and patience. Just as in our lives, mistakes in baseball are made when the focus is away from the important stuff.

Whenever this country is in a time of despair or sadness, baseball is right there to pick us up and show us that we are stronger than whatever pushed us down.

It shows us that we as a people have the ability to pick our heads up and win the game.

Legends of the GameLegends of baseball

Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Hank Aaron. If you’ve lived in America for any amount of time, odds are you’ve heard these names, even if you don’t know the significance of them.

To quote the beloved classic baseball movie Sandlot, “Heroes get remembered, but legends never die.”

Baseball creates legends. Strong-willed individuals whose effect on the world stays prominent long after their time.

These legends have made baseball far more than just a way to pass time.They made it a way to show the character of America’s people.

Why Baseball Is America’s Pastime – That’s A Wrap!

There are many reasons why baseball is America’s pastime.American flag and baseball bat

Good times, patriotism, and legends are only a few.

We would love to know what you think makes baseball America’s pastime.

What is your favorite baseball memory?

Please feel free to leave a comment in the section below. We would absolutely love to hear your baseball story.

We hope you enjoyed our first post on why baseball is America’s pastime.

We look forward to sharing everything we know and love about what we think is the greatest game on Earth…Baseball!

Thanks for stopping by ~Jeremy

P.S. Don’t forget to Check Out Our Tips Advice & Rules Page. Each time we write a new article centered around tips, advice and rules about the game of baseball we will add it to that page with a link to the full article.

You can also Stop By Our Products & Reviews Page to check out some reviews of baseball products we have used throughout the years and that we think are worthy of bringing to your attention.

It’s been great meeting you and we truly hope you enjoy the BaseballXGear site. 馃檪

22 thoughts on “Why Baseball is America’s Pastime

  1. diet plan

    I just like the valuable information you provide on your articles.
    I will bookmark your weblog and take a look at again right here frequently.
    I am relatively certain I’ll learn many new things proper
    right here! Good luck for the following!

  2. Ayele

    I have always wondered what the excitement was about when it came to baseball…Thanks for clearing that up in a straight forward and concise way.

    Thank you,


    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hey Ayele! Glad I could help. Stop by anytime you need a hand with anything and I’ll be happy to help. ~Jeremy

  3. Fred

    I agree! Some of the best moments, and my most formidable years, were spent on The Diamond.

    I learned more during those years about what it takes to dig deep and make things happen.

    Amazing post!

    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hey Fred. I agree with you. Baseball teaches us so many things, like concentration, teamwork, an digging deep! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. Come back any time and talk some baseball! ~Jeremy

    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hi Curt. Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see you soon. ~Jeremy

  4. Beckie

    I remember when the Phillys won the World Series in 1980. We lived right across the river from Philadelphia at that time. We watched the series on TV and when it was all said and done, there was celebrating in the streets! I’ll never forget the feeling, watching the people below from our apartment’s living room window. Baseball does something in you; makes you proud somehow. Thanks for reminding me, Jeremy!
    My Best, Beckie

    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hi Beckie. So glad you enjoyed the post. Thanks for sharing your awesome experience…

  5. Pedro

    Hi Jeremy I like your posts makes me remember when I went to my 1th ball game to see the NY Mets I loved it thank you.

    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hi Pedro. I remember my 1st ball game like it was yesterday..Thanks for stopping in. P.S.- Hows Granderson doing with the Mets?

  6. Margot

    Very enjoyable site! Brings back memories of baseball and hotdogs! Thanks for the great information.

    1. Jeremy Post author

      Thank you Margot… Can’t beat hot dogs and baseball!

  7. Denise

    Love the comparisons between baseball and our country. I know it’s always called America’s pastime but I guess I never really put that into perspective. Great post…thanks!

    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hi Denise.. I’m glad you enjoyed the post. Thanks for stopping in..

  8. Gordon Lee

    I couldn’t agree more. Baseball IS America. 162 games for your favorite team 4,860 games leaguewide, there is always baseball on from April-October. Then the playoffs. It doesn’t get any better. I love the NFL but 3 days a week isn’t enough.

    1. Jeremy

      Hey Gordon… I feel you on the NFL. I always look forward to the start of the season on one hand, but on the other it means baseball season is almost over!
      Thanks for stopping in..

  9. Eryn

    I LOVE baseball! Such great memories as a kid, and now watching my son play is just amazing. We enjoy vising Cooperstown every few years and going through the baseball hall of fame. It’s an awesome game and defines so much in American History. Great site!!

    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hey Eryn.. Thanks for checking us out. I know that amazing feeling of watching your kids play. Just Awesome! Best of luck to you and your son.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.