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Spring training for MLB begins in the middle of February and the regular season ends in the beginning of October so time off comes during the fall and winter months. Some players will play winter ball during the off time and some players won't. All players will keep a training regiment to stay in shape during the off season. During the season, the contract the players have with management states they can play as many as twenty days in a row without a day off. The regular season lasts around 6 months, 180 days, and the regular season is 162 games long. So one can guess that an MLB player gets about 3 days off per month during the regular season.

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