The first disabled list in MLB was in 1915 instituted by the National League. For more information about the disabled list see the link below: http://mysite.verizon.net/brak2.0/dl.htm
They go on the disabled list and maybe dropped from the team
The restricted list is a lot like the disabled list, but the conditions under which a player can be put on the restricted list are a lot different. For example, one doesn't have to be be injured to go on the restricted list, but one can be. The restricted list is a list of players to whom certain teams have contractual obligations, but are currently not a part of the team and may not play in an MLB game.
The Constitution decides who will be president.
Yes. The PUP list is similar to MLB's 60 day disabled list. Players receive full salary but are not allowed to play or practice. They may attend team meetings.
This is spelled out in the 22nd amendment of the constitution. The president himself can decide he is disabled and that is the simple case. If his cabinet thinks he is disabled but he thinks not, there is a procedure that can be followed.
Injured reserve list
Yes baseball players are still paid even if they're on the Disabled List. The only thing that occurs is that the player isn't able to play because they are injured. It isn't their fault that they are injured- most of the time.
It is an disabled list
The DL or Disabled List.
While the umpire decides balls and strikes, safe call and out calls, it's the Offical Scorer( usually someone in the pressbox) who decides hits and errors (among other scoring judgements.
Yes. An injured player doesn't need to go onto the Disabled List, and they frequently don't, especially for a minor injury. The Disabled List is a device set aside so that players who cannot play can be kept on the team's roster for 15 or 60 days without using up a roster spot. In other words, if a team called the Bulldogs had a center fielder named Bob Jones who had to miss 15 days, they could put him on the 15-Day Disabled List, which would allow them to call up a minor league player to use his roster spot, with no penalty. If he is not put on the DL, then he can start playing again at any time, but his roster spot cannot be filled by anyone else.
It is ultimately up to Congress whether or not the President of the United States is fit to serve if he/she becomes disabled during term of office. Medical personnel are also in on this decision.
The Real World - 1992 The Disabled List 18-12 was released on: USA: 24 January 2007
As of May 20 2012, Yes
Yes, but only in case of injury. According to MLB Rule 40A: "A player must be on his club's active big league roster or disabled list (or bereavement list, suspended list, or military list) on August 31 in order to be eligible for post-season play." However, there are rules that allow for players that were called up in September to replace players that are injured during the playoffs and placed on the disabled list. In these cases, the replacement player must have been on the team's 40 man roster and must play the same position as the injured player.
There are two. The IR, which is the Injured Reserve, and the PUP list, or the Physically Unable to Perfrom list. Also DL for Disabled List.
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The Vice President and the Senate would need to vote to decide if the president is disabled enough that he can not serve anymore. The president can also resign if he feels he can not serve anymore.
The baseball almanac website provides a list of MLB players by year they retired. They provide a comprehensive breakdown of every retired uniform number in the National League.
On the DL (DL = disabled list)