No one. Players are not allowed to play for two different teams in the same game in professional Baseball.
baseball. two teams each with nine players.
excluding susbstitutes total no of players are 22 from both the teams.
Yes, but he wouldn't be allowed to play for both teams in the same game. But he would be able to, for example, play in a day game for the Royals, then get traded to the Brewers and play a night game in Milwaukee.
18 or 20 players depending on if the game allows designated hitters or not.
It is the last game of a series, when both baseball teams split the previous games. For example, if the series is tied 1-1, the third game would be the rubber game.
depends the time varies but an inning is finished when both teams get three outs
No one has accomplished that yet But, Aug 4th, 1982, Joel Youngblood played on two teams on the same day