There are tons of reasons: -a reward for that player's loyalty -"veteran leadership" - being an experienced role model in the clubhouse -"the human side" - fans have grown to like the player, and wouldn't want to see him go. On the flip side, there are often not a lot of takers for players of advancing age and declining skills. Often, the player was signed to an expensive long-term contract at more than he is currently worth, and it becomes a matter of Economics. Also, the receiving club usually wants young players in return, and some clubs are unwilling to give up players who may represent their future for a fading star who may only help them for a couple of months. Typically, it's a lot harder for teams to trade veterans because of contracts. Once a player gets established and gets to sign a new contract, he'll usually be granted some kind of trade protection, such as a full no-trade clause (where he couldn't be traded at all without his consent), or a more limited clause, where he could only be dealt to certain teams. That's not to mention the fact that if a player has played at least ten years in the majors, and the last five with his current team, he automatically has the right to reject any trade. Even if a player wants to be traded, it can still be extremely difficult to do because of his salary. Other teams may covet a veteran player, but they'll seldom want the burdensome contract that comes with him.
they trade their player because they had a diploma.
no it is after the trade deadline
some teams trade draft picks for players and all that good stuff.
The trade deadline is simply the date set by the NHL, or any league, beyond which no trades between teams can be made. For example, if the trade deadline was March 15, it means that after that date teams would not be able to trade players until after the season ended.
Players negotiate and sign contracts with teams to determine a certain amount of money over a certain period of time. Teams can trade players (and their contracts) with other teams if they feel the need to. The better the player, the more money he will negotiate for.
You have to go to the Game Modes and then go to Rosters and there should be a "Trade Players" Button and both teams must accept and must have enough players from that position and have enough Salary room.
The only was a baseball player can change teams is by trade or receiving a contract offer if they're a free gent
There are many older softball players. Recreational co-ed teams have people in their 50's playing in these teams. There is really no age limit on the sport.
110 Players = 10 teams but there is 12 teams so it would actually be 132 Players
There are around 25 players on both teams.
The national teams are limited to players under 23 years of age, with three slots available for veterans 23 or older.
It is best to start building a team early in the game and invest in a season ticket. This will allow players to gain a head start on other teams. Then sell all of the cards given and trade players for those that seem to be the best.
Most non-Canadian hockey players have been drafted from American teams to the Canadian teams.
In volley ball, teams consists of six players, and if teams of seven players will be permitted both sides can have a compition. There are nintey-two children in this case so only thirteen teams can be formed. However, there will be a reminder of one child which has to be excluded.
two teams of 15 players
professional soccer team websites show their teams' lineup, showing that the older soccer teams play 10 and a goalie with only 3 allowed substitutions. as for younger teams they play 7 and a goalie with unlimited substitutions.
44 players. There would be 4 teams, with 11 players each. Team 1 and 2 would be in front of team 3 and 4 and so would be the two teams in front of two teams, and teams 3 and 4 would be behind teams 1 and 2 and so would be the two teams behind two teams.
yes, if they trade players. But there's also a deadline for trading.
When a trade has been accepted by both managers the players will transfer automatically to their new teams. However some leagues require a 24, 48, or 72hr review period for which other teams can vote on the equality of the trade. Once that time span has passed and assuming it wasn't vetod they will move. Alternatively the league manager can "push" the trade thru to expedite this process. Chk your league settings (tab at top of page) to determine the review period legnth and set up.
The teams that they play on pay the players' salaries. The revenue that the teams take in from ticket sales, television agreements, revenue sharing, etc provide the funds that allow those teams to have the capital to pay the players.
it depends on witch teams it is
2 teams of 4 players :)
20 / 4 = 5. Therefore, you have four teams with five players in each team or five teams with four players in each of team.
Farm teams are minor league teams from where major league teams draft players as needed.