Football vs Baseball

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Sports have become a big part in American’s pastimes throughout the years. They are rapidly growing in popularity. Football and Baseball are both sports that people enjoy but due to the nature of football, it is more appealing to fans.

Professional Football and Baseball games are both played in huge stadiums across America. Football games statistically draw more fans than baseball games so football stadiums were built to seat a lot more people than baseball stadiums.This is because of the nature of football. When the weekend rolls around, football die-hards go as early as hours before the game and hold tailgate parties where they cook food and have contests and events. This is a football tradition. Baseball does not have this “ritual.” The game of football provides more for the fans, therefore, attracting more people than the sport of baseball.

You never know when you are going to see a big hit, or a game winning touchdown. Baseball, too, can be exciting, but usually not until the end of the game. Baseball, unlike football, has a slow pace. There are a lot of times when the final score is 2-0, or 4-2. Fans don’t like low scoring games. They like the high scoring shootouts like when a football game ends 56-49. The pace of the game of

require skill, just like football players, people would rather watch a physical sport like football. In ancient Europe, people loved to watch the fearless gladiators

If you offered 10 random sports fans tickets to either a football or baseball game, a majority of them would choose to see football. Don’t get me wrong, baseball is a great sport that has been around for over a century, but I believe football appeals to fans more than baseball does. Unless baseball changes its rules and adds a lot more action, football will always be the sport.
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