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The Official Professional Baseball Rules Book govern all aspects of the game of Major League Baseball beyond what happens in the field of play. There are a number of sources for these rules but they all ultimately are sanctioned by the Commissioner's Office of Major League Baseball. Examples of these rules are the Rule 5 draft and the disabled list. Other examples include:

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  • The Official Professional Baseball Rules Book govern all aspects of the game of Major League Baseball beyond what happens in the field of play. There are a number of sources for these rules but they all ultimately are sanctioned by the Commissioner's Office of Major League Baseball. Examples of these rules are the Rule 5 draft and the disabled list. Other examples include:
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  • The Official Professional Baseball Rules Book govern all aspects of the game of Major League Baseball beyond what happens in the field of play. There are a number of sources for these rules but they all ultimately are sanctioned by the Commissioner's Office of Major League Baseball. Examples of these rules are the Rule 5 draft and the disabled list. Other examples include: * the 5/10 Rule whereby players who have been with a club for 5 consecutive years and have been a major league player for 10 years cannot be traded without their consent. * the roster list rules (25 and 40 man lists) which also determines who is eligible to play for a team in the playoffs and World Series * tie-breaking rules for deciding which teams go to the playoffs * implementing/enforcing the expanded playing rules issued to umpires which goes into much greater detail than the official Baseball rules. These rules are described in the Umpire's Manual.
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