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You go to your mail and then you can look in your history of mails (if you don't delete your mail) and then for example it says Milwaukee Brewers have just put Prince Fielder on waives (not really) and then you go over that e-mail and click triangle (PS3)

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Q: How do you sign a player on waivers in MLB 11 the show?
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