I'm sure the team wouldn't though. In terms of risk, I don't see how a trade could drastically change the risk? I suppose if the player is a full-time
I am sure they probably could, would be interesting to see what, if anything, the league office might have to say about it. I think insurers would absolutely
Interesting, had never really thought of this before. I would imagine teams purchasing these policies would want that coverage to convey in the instance
Why do you think I'm sleeping on him? I simply questioned the designation, "can't miss".
There's plenty there to project a top
Ok stay sleeping while he's ranked as the #4 RHP prospect in baseball and projected to be an all star level power pitcher. I am willing to bet his attitude
I am assuming that the entire contract was underwritten and the Mets pay the premium amortized over a number of years. Liability and property damage policies