MLB is the organization consisting of two leagues, the National and American. These two leagues form the only major professional baseball organization in the U.S. MLB's championship is the World Series. The World Series, however, is not MLB's biggest GAME, as it consists of anywhere from 4-7 games.
means being at the top of your game. MLB stands for major league beasts, only the best of the best can obtain such a high level, a higher level does not exist. Originally coined by Michael, Brandon, and Luis this illusive status is what many strive for and few succeed. Get a MLB status mug for your cat James.
Baseball has its own rhythm, its own rules, its own specific appeal to our senses and sensibilities. And with all of that comes its own language, its own grand and goofy glossary of phrases that, for the unindoctrinated, might sound like total gibberish. So what follows is a list of
A word used to describe someone that looks like a MLB player while playing baseball. Also used if you as a player see someone on the other team that looks like they are going to be good. David: You look pretty league in your Victory baseball pants, phiten necklace and 3/4 cut sleeves. Nick: Thanks dude.
Urban Dictionary: disseminate. Top definition. disseminate. To spread information on a large scale, such as a news broadcast. Used in the new MLB disclaimer to more specifically define the extent of the copyright on the game. You may not disseminate any account of this game without the MLB's consent . Do not disseminate my credit card number fool! by MeltdownX October 08, 2003.
A league of the most extroadinary football players in the world. It is sometimes hard to watch because every other play is a commercial. Welcome to the NFL!! -Mcnabb throws to owens at the 30, owens at the 20, the 15, breaks a defenderrrrr - lets go to a commercial. by nego December 06, 2005.
Adj. Something which is incredibly overplayed and overdramatized. Up next on ESPN, completely unfounded speculation regarding the motives of Brett Favre returning to the NFL, followed by a six hour discussion comparing Favre with current Packers QB Aaron Rodgers.
Gacha (or Gachapon) is a monetisation technique used in many successful Japanese free-to-play games. Originally a term used for Japanese Toy machines, this is used to describe games that pull a selection of data, people, heroes, etc. from a large pool at random.
A wild card (variously spelled wildcard or wild-card; also known as at-large berth or at-large bid) is a tournament or playoff berth awarded to an individual or team that fails to qualify in the normal way, for example by having a high ranking or winning a qualifying stage. Wild card (WC). Meaning in tennis. Definition.