Category: Hardball Dynasty
#669 Roster Moves Q. My player suffered a significant injury last season. I placed him on the DL at the beginning of the next season since he was still hurt. Why doesn't his retroactive date remain the same from last season, so that I can remove him from the 60-day DL after
  A. There is an MLB rule that requires all players on the DL to be activated from the DL at the end of the regular season. At this point, the retroactive date is reset. If a player is placed on the DL the next season, the retroactive date is the date he's placed on the DL.

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