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  1. #21
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    Re: National League Rule Book:

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    Re: National League Rule Book:

    Montreal Expos are under the cap.

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    Re: National League Rule Book:

    Okay I just looked over the rules we have in place and found a conflict. Where as in the Rule Book it say DH's may make $400,000 or less the DH Rule has it set at $350,000. This may have lead to some confusion as I've seen multiple teams with DH's over $350+.
    To that error I purpose we set the records straight and comply with the $400,00 salary cap on DH's. Only two teams as of now have DH players over that cap!

    Seattle Pilots William Fujimoto, DH $416,000 (phil6654)
    &
    Charlotte Mokes Bryan Gimenez, DH $407,000 unowned

    Would this be acceptable to the league?
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    Re: National League Rule Book:

    I fixed Charlotte, since they are unowned, and I agree with setting the DH salary at $400,000.

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    Re: National League Rule Book:

    Okay so be it. DH will stand at $400,000 or less
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    Re: National League Rule Book:

    I understood it to be $400 after the salaries jumped a few cycles ago. Sounds good to me.
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