Yes there is a minimum. Im pretty sure its around $350,000
around 12-15 bucks an hour....i could be wrong though
there isn't a minimum salary in the mlb. basically if the player is willing to sign a contract to play for that team for a dollar than he can go into contract for that.
Contract is an agreement amongst an club signing an player to play for the club.
A signing bonus can be worth anything. This is money that is given to the player when he signs the contract and does not count towards any salary cap the league would have. Minor League players generally do not have large signing bonuses unless they are top draft picks --- Tigersy2k3
For the 2014 season the minimum salary is $500,000.
Answered priously. No there is no minimum height requirement to play major league baseball.
There is no minimum weight or height to play Major League Baseball..you just better be able to play well.
He will continue to be paid what his contract states his salary is for that year, after that year there is a league minimum that the player is required to be paid even if he is sent back to the minors. If he stays on the MLB squad for the following year, he will then qualify for the league minimum for his remaining years as a baseball player, whether he is in the minors or Big Leagues