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The inactive list in baseball refers to someone who is not able to play for a reason other then injury.
Each Major League baseball team is allowed a roster of 40 players, 25 of which may be active for any game. The remainder may be divided among players listed on the Disabled List, restricted, suspended, on approved absent (berevement, family emergency, etc.) or assigned to one of the teams minor league affiliates.
Each Major League Baseball team is allowed a roster of 40 players, 25 of which may be active for any game. The remainder may be divided among players listed on the Disabled List, restricted, suspended, on approved absent (berevement, family emergency, etc.) or assigned to one of the teams minor league affiliates.
No, if a player goes on the Restricted List then he does not count against the team's 25-man Major League roster.
The active roster is 25 players. The other 15 are either on the disabled list (or some other "list" such as bereavement) or they are in the minor leagues.
One can view a list of past baseball Champions League Winners on the appropriate website for each league. Wikipedia has information about past winners, so does the Major League Baseball website.
Generally, each MLB team has one AAA minor league team, one AA minor league team, two or three A teams and one ROOKIE team. On top of that there are leagues in the Dominican Republic and Mexico and Venezuela that MLB send players to play in or sign players locally and allow them to stay in their home country to play. All in all, there are approximately 245 minor league teams that are affliated with an MLB team. About 190 of those teams play in the US. Click on the 'Minor League Baseball' link on this page to go to the website of the minor leagues to learn more.
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Under Major League Rule 15, a team may petition MLB to place a player on the restricted list if he is unable to render his services to his club through some action of his own. Typical circumstances include failure to report, visa problems, domestic abuse situations or treatment for drug or alcohol abuse. A player on the restricted list does not count against the 40-man roster, is not paid, and does not earn service time. A team may keep a player on the list indefinitely until he is reinstated under Major League Rule 16.
The 7-day Disabled List was first in effect for the 2011 Major League Baseball season. The 7-day Disabled List is only for Major League Baseball players that have concussions that will need a few days to recover. Major League Baseball's Medical Director needs to receive a medical report for all players that have been placed on the 7-day DL and then the Medical Director for Major League Baseball will have to give his approval before the player can be activated.