Losing, damaging or altering Club-provided equipment-maximum fine of $1,770, and replacement cost, if any.
Throwing football into stands-maximum fine of $1,770.
There are no fines for Baseball players throwing a ball into the stands.
Baseball teams don't like to accept players with too many fines on their record. Baseball is still a professional organization and those kinds of players reflect on the ball club they play for.
Yes, they are. The NFL sees that as lost revenue, as after the game they try to get the balls signed by key players or sell the ball as an "official game used" ball. Its unknown how much they actually fine them, as it may be in tow with an excessive celebration fine. Its total BS, MLB gives balls away, why not the NFL?
Accidentally no purposely yes
$2000 (US currency)
it stands for "Inning"
NBL stands for National Baseball League so maybe a pro baseball player.
'LOB' is something you see in Baseball statistics or a box score and stands for Left On Base. LOB is the number of runners that were on base when the third out was made in the inning.
That he plans on hitting a home-run.
look at the D.O.B. that stands for date of birth or born date
OFA stands for Outfield Assist. Outfielder throwing a guy out at a base is considered an assist. Big stat for figuring gold glover award.