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   Canada Mortgage Hub Discussion Board -> Mortgage Toronto -> When an MLB player is drafted or traded to a team, do they move to the city to where they were drafted?
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nickyis

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When an MLB player is drafted or traded to a team, do they move to the city to where they were drafted?
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nickyis

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most of the major league player rent condos or homes for the time thye are in that city
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They usually rent, unless they have muti year contract,then they'll buy a house or condo.
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It depends on a lot of things.Is he married with a wife and children or single?Will he play in a major league team?Will he be in a A, AA, or AAA team?What would you do in his place?
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They ususally buy a aprtment or a condo. It really depends if their single or married. If their married, it most likely that their whole family would buy a house there and live.
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They don't buy anything near the parent club. When drafted, they start out in the minor league system. If they are not near any family, they will usually get something near the team they are on.
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Well, no.... a player who's drafted doesn't start with the MLB club. So, if a player is drafted by the Marlins, it would make no sense for him to move to Miami when he's going to be playing in Greensboro or New Orleans.
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the best prospects don't have to worry about that..its part of a team wanting you..they will pay for a condo home rental...doesn't really matter to a team its a business right off ..but that's only for special players...I met 2 minor leaguers in Connecticut that were sharing a apartment
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It depends on their contract. If theyre in the minors, most likely they will be traded. If they're an older player signing a 1 year deal, they probably won't do anything permenant eighter. However, if they're in their prime and sign an 8 year deal, that city becomes their new home.
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Most of them rent a condo or apartment. I'm sure the team and/or teammates help them find a decent locaiton close to the stadium.Keep in mind that when a player is drafted they often don't make a lot of money. They start in the minor leagues and there's a good chance they'll get moved around to different cities as they move up & down. Plus minor leaguers get traded a lot, so it just doesn't make sense to buy a house and settle down because they'll need to move a lot.Major league players who have the cash to buy a house outright (no mortgage) and have a long term contract with a team might buy a house if they like the area and think they want to live there during the offseason or after retirement. But I would guess that most professional baseball players rent their homes.
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