It has been done in MLB.
In 1967, Gil Hodges was the manager of the Washington Senators. Shortly after the season ended the Senators traded him to the New York Mets for Bill Denehy and $100,000 cash. The Senators were strapped for cash and Hodges probably wasn't going to stay with Washington more than one more season. As with all trades, MLB must approve it and they had no problem doing so.
Lou Piniella managed the Seattle Mariners in 2002 and left to manage the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 2003. Shortly after Piniella joined Tampa they traded Randy Wynn, one of their best players, to the Mariners for a minor league prospect. The trade was believed to be compensation to the Mariners for Piniella leaving to join the Devil Rays.
yes they can...back in 2002 the Oakland Raiders traded Jon Gruden to Tampa Bay for two 1st round draft picks ('02,'03), two 2nd round draft picks('02,'04) and cash ($8 million).
they can be fired then hired to a different team
MLB, Major League Baseball, rumors abound and there are about as many websites to discuss them as there are rumors. Rumors as to what a team is going to do, or who is going to be traded are prolific and ongoing.
Aside from a Manager, there are 6 other coaches on a Major League Baseball team.
Many major league players played their entire careers with only one team and were never traded.
major league baseball
Yep, Major League Baseball or MLB.
Major Baseball League
No. Major League Baseball is real.
major league baseball is the hightest baseball league with the best players
Major League Baseball.
Major league baseball is hardball.
MLB may stand for several different things. It is most commonly understood to stand for "Major League Baseball", a baseball organization popular in the United States. In business and accounting it stands for "Material, Labor, Burden."