In Everybody Wants Some!!, high school baseball star Jake arrives at college for his freshman year. He moves into the team house where there's a lot of sitting around, drinking and Ping-Pong.

For this group of guys, the first couple of days before the school year starts are all about meeting girls and figuring out who they're going to be for the rest of the year ... and maybe the rest of their lives. But, really it's about meeting girls.

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Elmore Sports Group has committed to bringing a Triple-A Baseball team to downtown San Antonio that would begin playing in the 2019 Season, Mayor Ivy Taylor announced at Thursday's City Council meeting. 

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The San Antonio City Council is expected to hear what possible scenarios could play out with the move of a Triple-A baseball team to the Alamo City. 

There’s been a lot of hearsay and rumors of what it would take to get a Triple-A Baseball team in downtown.

Baseball in the U.S. has become an international sport.

This season about a quarter of the 800-plus players on Major League Baseball teams were born outside the United States. The country with the biggest number is the Dominican Republic, which had 83 players on opening day rosters last year.

The success of Dominican major leaguers has been a boon for the Caribbean nation's economy. But there's also been controversy over the fate of young prospects who fail to make the cut.

Baseball's opening day is upon us. Sunday is the first official day of Major League Baseball's 2016 season. Starting things off will be two afternoon games as the Cardinals face the Pirates and the Blue Jays take on the Rays. The day will be capped off by a night match between the 2015 World Series contenders the Kansas City Royals and New York Mets.