That means then that a player in the minors needs to secure his own health and dental insurance--since he is not in school he cannot be covered under his parents policy. That cost is a big nut on the 850/900 bucks a month they get
Thanks for the info. So your saying the boys are coverd 100% by the team they sign for. Is that just for the season or the whole year? It's just nice to know these things, considering the fact there only getting 850/900 a month. Thanks.
My son is also covered for health insurance (Blue Cross/Blue Shield). No dental insurance, though. Also, he is a member of the players union ($10 a year,I believe). I don't know if he gets any real benefits from being a member, though.
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