Baseballs are composed of several layers of materials. There is a picture of the anatomy of a baseball at the website in the citation below. Every aspect of a modern baseball’s composition is shown in the illustration.
The core of a baseball consists of a cushioned cork pill center surrounded by two rubber coverings, usually black then red, followed by layers of wool and cotton yard including: 121 yards of 4-ply grey wool, 45 yards of 3-ply white wool, and 150 yards of cotton yards. All of which is covered by a layer of cowhide leather.
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