It is rare, except for kickers and punters, to see a player who is 40+ years of age. Most players that have a long career retire sometime in their thirties. In other words,
Kickers and Punters - Around 40+ Everyone else - Mid-late 30s
It depends on what position and how you play. A quarter back tends to take a lot of hits, but most will play for 15 years usually 17-18, on a rare occasion more.
A power running back may only play a little more that 10 years because of the contact they take and make. Look at wide reciever, Jerry Rice, he retired at 40. A lot retire after 18 years, this is because wide reievers tend to stay the longest.
Well, that depends on whether one considers the National Association as a major league. The NA played between 1871-1875 and is considered by some historians a major league and by some historians, not a major league. The National League was founded in 1876 upon the disbandment of the NA. So, if one believes that the National Association was not a major league, the 2008 season is MLB's 133rd. If one believes that the National Association was a major league, the 2008 season is MLB's 138th.
Generally age 40. Some players like to stick around (Jamie Moyer age 47) and some like to leave on a good note (Mike Mussina with a 20 win season) Injuries could make retiring time vary.
There is no age limit if the player demonstrates the skill to play.
Well, Satchel Paige was the oldest at age 59, so i guess the limit is 60. The youngest was 15, which was Joe Nuxhall
Yes, players on an MLB active roster must get at least the Major League minimum salary, whether or not they play.
Major league baseball players
The minimum salary for the 2009 season is $400,000 according to major league players association.
According to numbers published by the Major League Baseball Players Association, the average player salary in 1969 was $24,909. The league minimum that season was $10,000.
major league baseball is the hightest baseball league with the best players
Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association was created in 1982.
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.
For the 2014 season the minimum salary is $500,000.