Joel Youngblood played for Mets, then traded to Expos
The only was a baseball player can change teams is by trade or receiving a contract offer if they're a free gent
A 'no trade clause' is a section in a player's contract that specifies the player cannot be traded to another team or specifies the teams that a player can be traded to. Some players have in their contracts that they cannot be traded. This means the player will play the entire length of the contract for that team. Some players have in their contracts that they may be traded only to certain teams. For example, a player may say he can only be traded to the Yankees, Dodgers, or Red Sox but to no other team.
Michael Jordan was a baseball player before he became a basketball player he played for more than 5 baseball teams look it up at yahoo.com or google.com try even ask.com
Mike Morgan played for 12 franchises from 1978-2002, more than any other player.
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The baseball player Carlos Pena has played for many teams. These teams are: the Texas Rangers, the Oakland Athletics, the Detroit Tigers, the New York Yankees, the Boston Red Sox, the Tampa Bay Rays, the Chicago Cubs and the Houston Astros.
No. As of the end of the 2007 season Mike Morgan, a pitcher whose career spanned 1978-2002, played for 12 different teams and that is the most teams one player has played for in MLB history.