"M.L.B.s so-called dead-ball ___" crossword clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2023

M.L.B.s so-called dead-ball ___ NYT crossword answer is:

ERA (3 letters length)

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M.L.B.s so-called dead-ball era refers to the period of time between 1900 and 1919 when the game of baseball was characterized by low-scoring games and a lack of home runs. This period of time was marked by a decrease in offensive production due to changes in the rules, such as the introduction of the spitball and the outlawing of the shine ball. During this era, pitching dominated the game and the batting average was much lower than it is today. This era of baseball has been immortalized in books, films, and other media, and is still remembered fondly by many baseball fans.

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