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Oh it's far more complicated than that. The player is eligible to come off the injury DL sometime between July 6th and July 15th. When a player is placed on the DL it's retroactive to the last day he played
From the official baseball rules (http://mlb. mlb. com/mlb/downloads/y2014/official_baseball_rules
Team 1 begins by going to Team 2 and offers X for Y. Team 2 counters by saying, I don't think X is as valuable as Y, so I want X and Z for Y. That would be a "two for one
A catcher definitely could have an advantage in this situation. A catcher will know what arm slots and pitches that a pitcher will throw. He will know what a pitcher is comfortable throwing in certain counts and to certain players
It was once not unheard for pitchers to pitch both games of a doubleheader, even to throw back-to-back complete games: The most distinguished doubleheader pitching achievement was that of “Big Ed” Reulbach of the Cubs, who did it only once, but nobod
Three team trades are complicated, but they are done. Here's essentially how this goes down. We'll identify three teams here, team A, team B and team C
You can read about the swap charges here. The swap formula for all forex instruments, including gold and silver, is the following: lots * long or short positions * point size Here is an example for EUR/USD: Client base currency is USD 1 lot buy EUR/U
Minor league deals are something of a last resort for players an a low risk move for teams. I'm going to talk about 2 players here who were signed for two very different reasons. The first is Dan Uggla who you mention in the question
With the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft kicking off today, I figured I needed to post some material relating to the draft. So today on the ‘Thursday 10
John B. asks: Why are things like the distance and height of a pitchers mound always uniform, but outfield dimensions are allowed to be whatever the stadium designers want? From Boston’s Green Monster, to San Francisco’s McCovey Cove and Houston’s ab