Major League Baseball (MLB) is the professional sports organization of baseball and is also the oldest of the four major professional sports federations in the United States and Canada. Major League Baseball has a total of 30 teams from many different states of the US and Canada (29 teams from the US and 1 team from Canada). These thirty teams are divided into two different league systems, the American League (AL, roughly translated as American League) and National League (NL, roughly translated as National League) with 15 teams for each league. Beginning in 1903, the two league systems collaborated but remained completely separate until they were merged by the Commissioner of Baseball in 2000. Each season begins with the spring season (spring training). The teams will then play a total of 162 matches in the regular season, and the top 5 teams in each league will advance to the postseason, and the knockout round. live (playoff). Two tournaments AL and NL will select 2 champions to continue to the final round at the World Series to find the winning team of the year. MLB’s system of matches is broadcast live on many different stations in North America and many other countries around the world, via television, radio and Internet systems. Major League Baseball has the largest viewership of any tournament in the world with 69.6 million spectators in 2018. MLB has always been of great interest to most baseball fans around the world, and is also considered as a major player. The most famous and prestigious league, bringing together the most qualified players in the sport. Major League Baseball has long been an integral part of American culture. The first professional baseball team to be formed was the Cincinnati Reds in 1869, which spans nearly 150 years of history.