How many yards (yds.) of wool in a baseball? 219 yards (53 yds. + 45 yds. + 121 yds.) How many feet (ft.) of wool in a baseball? 657 feet (219 yds. x 3 ft.) How many baseballs come from 1 pound (lb.) of wool? 80 balls (10 miles x 5,280 ft. = 52,800 ft. ÷ 657 ft.) How many pounds of wool are needed to produce the 600,000 baseballs used by Major League Baseball each year? 7,500 lbs. (600,000 balls ÷ 80 balls per lb.) Rawlings, the official maker of MLB baseballs, produces 4,000 dozen (doz.) baseballs a week. How many baseballs is that each year? 2,496,000 balls (4,000 doz. x 12 = 48,000 balls/week x 52 weeks)

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