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Trading a professional baseball player to a new team makes people wonder whether the athlete will perform better or worse with his new organization. Statistics show that player execution with the first team depends on previous environment, physical well-being, monetary satisfaction, coaching chemistry, and new teammates’ acceptance. If any of these factors have a negative impact on the player, it could result in a noxious trade. Teams go out of their way, to offer swapped players a warm welcome and help them get acquainted with their unfamiliar surroundings.