Baseball vs Football

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Baseball vs. Football
Jonathan Smith
ENG120
Mrs. Tomas
February 2 2011
Baseball is a sport that we as American have played since the early 1800s. This is why I thank we call it the American favorite pastime. Here is a look at why I thank baseball should be played by every red blooded American. Throughout this paper I will give you some comparisons to baseball and football. Hopefully I can influence you to play baseball instead of football. Here are some of them; baseball is played in the summer time when the weather is great, warm nights and long days. That makes it great baseball weather. On the other hand Football is played in the dead winter when it is cold outside and the days are very short. But that does not stop the American people from loving the both game; some people love those type of weather. Whether it’s cold or hot both games are fun to watch. But I thank that it would be better to sit on a warm day with no weather compilation and watch a baseball game than to sit in the cold freezing weather watching a football game. Whether it is Baseball or Football we all have different views on witch one is America favorite pass time. There are several categories that can be considered when determining America's number one pastime. Analyzing attendance, ticket costs, revenue from television, salaries, venues, will help to present a case for which sport is number one in the United States. Here is one factors will help determine which sport is more beloved by Americans. The one factor is Attendance, “One way to determine whether baseball or football is more popular in America is by looking at how many people go to the games. During the year 2000, the average crowd at a baseball game was 30,125, while the average crowd at a football game was 66,077. This figure is based on a total yearly attendance, divided by the total number of games that were played in the sport. Simply based upon this one factor, it would appear that twice as many people went...
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