Yes baseball players are still paid even if they're on the Disabled List. The only thing that occurs is that the player isn't able to play because they are injured. It isn't their fault that they are injured- most of the time.
Yes, players on the injured reserve receive a salary.
yes...just not as much.
NFL Players who are put on the IR (injured reserve) are paid.
There is no longer an injury list in the NBA. Teams now designate up to two players as 'inactive'. The difference between the two is that under the former 'injured list', the player was automatically ineligible for 5 games. In either situation, the player experiences no change in his pay.
Yes, the same way normal guys get workman's compensation if they are injured on the job.
no they dont get paid........
Yes, NBA players get paid a yearly salary and do not get paid by game. Players may be suspended and still get the same yearly salary!
No they do not.
Yes. He is still on contract.
Professional players often have a rather complex contract with number of games played or even minutes on field, and penalties, and goals, and all sorts of stuff figured in; injury is also written into the contract so: Yes they get paid even when injured or on the bench.
Yes. The Patriots have placed Tom brady on the Injured Reserve. He is paid his full salary and that salary still counts against the teams salary cap limit.
Players can and do get paid when they are not on the active roster. Players who are under contract to a team draw a paycheck unless they have been Suspended by either the NFL or the Team or have been placed on the Non-Football Injury List (NFI).
Major League Baseball players get paid during an injury depending on the terms of their individual contracts. Most daily players will continue to draw their normal salary. However, their are some players who might be demoted to the minors or cut.
yes because they still practice
No, they still make their base salary no matter how they perform