With the World Series over for this year, we can take some time to reflect on how exactly a single baseball is made. It's a pretty delicate process that starts with what's called the "pill," which is a sphere of cork surrounded by a rubber casing, all smaller than a golf ball.
The ball is finished with some cross-stitching done by hand, and perhaps even more impressive than the end product itself is the image of a few hundred workers in neat rows, all doing the same 108 stitches.
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