Ah, sorry, didn't realize you couldn't access them in World Center.
1) Owners must win a minimum of 55 games in a season, and 125 games over two consecutive seasons, to remain in the league. (If an owner fails to meet win requirements, they must sit out at least one season before applying for readmission and cannot have their previous team.)
2) Player payroll will be capped at 110 million.
3) Prospect payroll will be capped at 25 million.
4) Cash in trades must not exceed contract value.
5) Cities are permanent for the life of the league, but new owners can change the team name.
6) Team names must be "realistic" but not "real". This means that team names such as “Toledo Fart Knockers” or “Memphis Where My Pitches At?” will not be accepted, nor will existing team names such as “New York Yankees” or “Florida Gators”. I will not be too strict on judging names; as long as the name isn’t egregiously unprofessional, I will allow it.
1. Team cities and names are permanent for the life of the league. This is done to make all team names sound realistic and professional, and to preserve a consistent league history.
2. Owners may not exceed $25M in prospect payroll for any reason during any season.
3a. Owners must win a minimum of 55 games every season and 125 every 2 consecutive seasons or they will not be invited back the following year.
3b. If, after sitting out of the world for a full season, the banned owner would like to reapply, they may. If they are readmitted, they may not gain control of their former team.
3c. If the commissioner fails to meet the win thresholds, the remaining users will elect a new commissioner by popular vote. The new commissioner may not change any of the world rules.
4. Minors must be maintained. This means they need to be stocked with appropriate position players and pitchers, and kept free of prolonged pitching fatigue.