Through the 2008 season, 7 numbers have been retired: 4 - Earl Weaver
5 - Brooks Robinson
8 - Cal Ripken Jr.
20 - Frank Robinson
22 - Jim Palmer
33 - Eddie Murray
42 - Retired in memory of Jackie Robinson The #7 of Cal Ripken Sr. and #44 of Elrod Hendricks have not been reissued since their deaths. It is doubtful that another Oriole will wear them and chances are they will be retired sometime in the future.
They get 2 jerseys a game.
5 retired jerseys or 6 counting Jackie Robinson 2,5,6,16 and 23 and if you want to count 42 retired by all of mlb
a coach has 10 players and jerseys numbered 1-10... how many ways can the coach distribute those jerseys?
This whole team would be sold or retired by then.
The Maple Leafs have only retired two numbers: Ace Bailey's #6 and Bill Barilko's #5. Their tradition is to "honour" the numbers with a banner and ceremony, but allow other players to wear them in the future.
None. A basketball team can have as many players as it wants to have, provided that it has enough jerseys.
It is mainly because of selling players and Jerseys as well as many top players are there.
The New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, and San Francisco Giants do not display their players' names on their home uniforms. While the Red Sox and Giants have their players' names on their away jerseys, the Yankees do not display them on their road jerseys.