How many double stitches are there on a regulation major league baseball?

The major league baseball consists of 108 stitches and there are two rows of stitches that run parallel to each other. These two rows form a diamond shape, which is where the ball must strike in order to be called a “strike.” This is the same number of stitches that there would be in an NBA basketball and NFL football, but more than in a soccer ball or hockey puck.

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