The last person to accomplish this was in the year 2008, as a Florida State player played every position in a single game.
about 1000 dollars each game
Every player on the field is equally important. For a functional game all 11 positions need to be filled and every player needs to be doing there job. No position is the least important
they should have a bottle of water or juice
In MLB history, there have been five players to play all nine positions in one game. They are Cesar Tovar of the Twins in 1968, Bert Campenaris of the Athletics in 1965, Jose Oquendo of the St. Louis Cardinals, Scott Shelden of the Rangers in 2000, and Shane Halter of the Tigers in 2000. Jose Oquendo final game as a player was in 1995: however he played every position during the 1988 season.
Every position is important. However, pitchers are most important. They control the whole outcome of the game. A good catcher and first baseman are also needed.
That is the baseball or softball fielding position between second and third base.
A perfect game in baseball is when a picher retires every batter in a nine inning game.
glove, bat, cup, uniform, helmet, cleats, gum
No this would not be the case. Since you were using a flex player, that player can enter the game. They would still bat in their position.
If the designated hitter takes over a position player's spot, that player is no longer in the game, and the Designated Hitter spot is opened up.
No, no NHL player has ever scored a goal in every game of the season.
It depends usually before a game but not every player does it before every game and does it at different times.
No. Every season, yes. But not ever game. This would cost millions if they got new ones every game. Instead they have top quality washing mashines. If a player's uniform stains or tears, then he will get a new one.
In the game of baseball the batter is the player who is at bat. There are many rules that the batter must follow. One of the most important rules is that the batter cannot leave his position in the batter's box once the pitcher comes to set position.
To be a recognized basketball player, you should be good in your position cos there's no player in history who is good in every position. You should also be a good leader to your team mates and a good athlete example to the fans. You should have the guts, skills and talent to bring your team to championships and most of all, you should love the game of basketball because if you don't, you won't be good in any aspect of the game.
Not in an all-star game.
"Starting" player for any game is the player who begins the game playing that position. He may be swapped out later and replaced.
The number of game a professional baseball player can play depends on his position, health and manager. There are usually 7 games a week and depending on the team schedule sometimes there is an off day on Monday or Thursday. A healthy starting position player (a player who on defense plays as an infielder, outfielder or catcher) could play every game of the week. However, managers sometimes give their players a day off for health reasons or just a normal day off. Also bench players only play when the managers decide to put them in the game, so they only play 3 or 4 games a week. Moreover, pitchers play considerable less games than position player. Relief pitchers, those who pitch in the middle of the game, could play 2 to 4 game depending on the manager and the players abilities. Starting pitchers usually play at least once week and 1 or 2 starters pitch twice a week. Most baseball teams have 5 starters and pitchers are usually given 4 days of rest. Therefore, in a week of 7 games two pitchers on a team could pitch twice.
You use a baseball to play the game baseball. If you really look at the name you see the first part of the word is base. In the game of baseball you run the bases every time you get a hit.
every player is needed
a perfect game
I don't know, but that can not ever happen and will not ever happen. Not true. In fact, four different players have done it in Major League games, most recently Shane Halter for the Detroit Tigers in 2000. There is no official name for this feat, however.