By: Noah Wright
Back in the early 1900’s, pitchers dominated, and home runs were not hit often. In 1918, Red Sox, Babe Ruth, led the league with 11 home runs. This era was considered the deadball era, because of the lack of long balls. Since then, baseballs have changed, and they seemed to have made another change. Today, there are more home run hitters, and higher home run totals than ever before. This has caused some to question if baseball’s are juiced, and if we’re entering an era I’d like to call the live-ball era. We can see the rise in power, and even players questioning The MLB.