Question by  Hiedi (27)

What are the rules for replacing an injured baseball player?


Answer by  mashashi (19)

If a major league player cannot play because of a medical condition, he may be placed on the 15-day or 60-day disabled list. The team then frees up a spot on its active and/or 40 man roster, and the player may not play for at the duration of their disabled list status.


Answer by  GaryVentimiglia (21)

In Major League Baseball, if a player gets injured at any point during a game, he can be replaced. However, he cannot re-enter the game at any point.


Answer by  secondbanana (289)

In baseball, if the injured player is a pitcher, the replacement pitcher gets as much time as necessary to warm up. Injured player, once removed from the game, cannot return.

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