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.
25,000 per year
Enough to tip the strippers afterwards.
That is up to the team if it was added as a bonus in the players contract.
The tickets they get aren't free, but the players earn so much moolah that they are virtually free to the players.
The average professional Major League baseball player salary is $3,440,000 as of 2012.
they use chewing tobacco and u have 2 spit it out
5 to 8 million dollars
Professional softball players, of course, get paid. However, they do not earn nearly as much money as Major League Baseball players. The Olympic Team that will compete in Beijing this year does get paid, more than the professional softball players, but again, not as much as the average Major League Baseball player. For example, Jennie Finch drives a van, NOT a Ferrari.
Depends on how good you are. Dustin Pedroidia makes $380,000 and Alex Rodriguez makes $27,708,525.
In Major League Lacrosse, players make an average of $13,000 a season, while rookies average around $6,500
The average salary per season paid to Major League Baseball players has topped the $3 million mark.
MLB because there isn't a Cap on how much teams can spend on any one player.
The average salary for a Major League Baseball player is $3.39 million. The New York Yankees are the highest paying team in the league.
Only the top 5 in the league and only 1 out of every 2 or 3 leagues makes it to the pros. But Pony baseball is much better.
Way to much!!!!
Major league baseball stamps certificate SBB1 number 2717
Much more then Australian Rugby League players
there is no salary cap you can spend as much as you want
In baseball, a slugger is someone who hits lots of home runs. These people usually have lower batting averages than other players, but much higher home run statistics.
108.00 per day
A farm team, or feeder team, generally refers to a team or club whose role it is to provide experience and training for young players, with an agreement that any successful players will move on to a bigger side at a certain point. This system can be implemented in many ways, both formally and informally. The term is also used as a metaphor for any organization or activity that serves as a training ground for higher-level endeavors. For instance, sometimes business schools are referred to as "farm clubs" for the world of business. In the United States and Canada, Minor League Baseball teams operate under strict franchise contracts with their major-league teams. The vast majority are privately owned, and therefore can and often do switch affiliation, but players on their rosters are completely under the control of their affiliated Major League Baseball teams. Virtually all major-league players worked their way up through the minor leagues first, with the rare exceptions usually only being Japanese baseball players. Teams are usually in smaller cities, and players are paid much less. The existence of the minor league system is partly due to major league baseball's ability to include a reserve clause in the contracts with minor league baseball players, which gives a major league team exclusive rights to a player even after the contract has expired. This is possible in baseball because of a 1922 Supreme Court decision, Federal Baseball Club v. National League, which grants baseball a special immunity from antitrust laws.