The above photo shows the anatomy of a baseball. Each Major League baseball is made to very exact specifications. If you want to see what exactly is in a MLB Baseball follow this link; http://www.madehow.com/Volume-1/Baseball.html.
But the thing that most fascinates me about the making of a Baseball is this. The laces on a Baseball are all done by hand. That’s right, every single Baseball is hand laced. No machine exists that can do this. In fact, if you could figure out a way to machine lace a Baseball, you would become an instant millionaire. And at the Rawlings facility in Costa Rica, a really good ball lacer averages only 6-7 Baseballs an hour.
So consider this; 32 Major League Baseball Teams will play a regular season of 162 games. Each game will use an average of 125 balls per came. And each and everyone of those Baseballs is hand laced in Costa Rica. Just one of the many things that make the game of Baseball so special.