There is no minimum weight or height for MLB players.
There is no "minimum wage" for players. For salaries around 150k.
Yes, players on an MLB active roster must get at least the Major League minimum salary, whether or not they play.
390,000 U.S. dollars
The minimum salary in the NFL is decided by how many years the player has played in the league. For the 2010 season, the minimum salary for rookies was $320,000. One year players minimum was $395,000, two year players minimum was $470,000, and three year players minimum was $545,000. For players that had 4-6 years in the league the minimum was $630,000. For players with 7-9 years in the league the minimum was $755,000 and for those players with 10 or more years the minimum was $855,000.
Lots of players make the minimum salary of $480,000.
There is no age limit if the player demonstrates the skill to play.
there's no minimum, in fact most minor league players retire before even reaching the majors.
There are 9 positions, you can get away with 8 players at a minimum in little league.
Major league baseball players
According to numbers published by the Major League Baseball Players Association, the average player salary in 1969 was $24,909. The league minimum that season was $10,000.
Major League Baseball Players Association was created in 1966.
The minimum salary for the 2009 season is $400,000 according to major league players association.
major league baseball is the hightest baseball league with the best players
It is around 13,000
Answered priously. No there is no minimum height requirement to play major league baseball.
League Minimum = $33,000 (2008) League Average = $129,395 (2008) Developmental players may earn as little as $12,900 (2008)
There are at least 3 Major League Baseball players who have came from Guatemala.
Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association was created in 1982.