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Old 02-03-2013, 05:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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10/5 rights in OOTP

Do players ever waive their 10-5 rights in OOTP, or do they just automatically reject any trade? Seems like good players on a bad team in the last year of a contract would like to get to a winner.

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I have seen a player waive it.... once, and I can't remember who.

I would like to know how the player decides to do so or what factors go into that. Player anger? Player attitude/work ethic? Market size or fan interest of the destination?

It would be cool if the Ichiro type situation (excellent player ending a career wants postseason play) could crop up with the AI from time to time.
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Do players ever waive their 10-5 rights in OOTP, or do they just automatically reject any trade? Seems like good players on a bad team in the last year of a contract would like to get to a winner.

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Players who are at "very angry" seem to always be willing to waive it. Presumably they just want to get away.
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I just had my overpaid 10-5 rule pitcher accept a trade to a team with the "win now!" mentality. So yes, it does happen.

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Also, his mood was "good" before the trade.
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