Major League Baseball's organizational structure is governed by the Constitution.

The 1876 document of Major League Baseball's structure took several incarnations.

Major League Baseball umpiring staff are hired for games under the supervision of the MLB's commissioner.

The Commissioner of Baseball oversees marketing, labor and television contracts.

MLB controls the game like most parts of Minor League Baseball, over Major League Baseball.

In 1992 the Supreme Court ruled that baseball is not interstate commerce.

Major League Baseball's head quarter is in New York, USA.

Baseball matches were held in 1960 with a notable effort from the repealed Continental League.