Selling any non-Yankee and non-Cardinals game for Face Value
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Steamers likes Cubs pitching prospects better than hitters this year
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I'm pretty sure that -- at least once -- a player has switched teams in the middle of a doubleheader. But I think that once the trade goes down, the player is off the field. I can imagine a situation where a player got injured playing for Team A after the paperwork was filed trading him to Team B... trouble.
Random question: If a player gets traded in the middle of the game, he is allowed to finish the game? I know players customarily get pulled from the game in such circumstances, but is that because they HAVE to be pulled, or is it because that's just usually what happens?
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