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Do you like the NFL’s hard salary cap,or MLB’s soft salary cap better?
- 2 months agoFavorite Answer
The MLB has a luxury tax which doesn't deter the big spenders to splurge on free agents. The NFL is much better off since it implemented the cap, it's no coincidence the Cowshîts haven't been able to buy any championships since.
- 2 months ago
NFL by a large margin in baseball 3/4th of the teams have no chance of winning it all .
- terry vLv 72 months ago
The NFLs no matter how great a small market team is managed they can not compete with larger market teams in the long run.Yes a year here or there but long term the big market teams will buy their players
- conley39Lv 72 months ago
I like the NFL's salary cap.
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- Ogami IttoLv 62 months ago
The NFL cap made real changes in the game,immediately killing franchises like San Francisco and Dallas so that other teams could have a chance to win.
MLB's cap is a joke.
- 2 months ago
I think salary caps are a crutch for poorly managed teams; the luxury tax (MLB's model) is the lesser of two evils.
- EntropyLv 72 months ago
The hard cap makes more sense for the teams' financial health. It also makes for better parity.
The MLB is a league of haves and have-nots where the only way to win if you're small-market is to build a team, win before guys get to free agency, then blow it up and hope to catch prospects on a rebound and suck for a while and then be good again years down the line. And God Help You if you make a mistake in the timing or prospects because you can't keep any stars.
- LegFuJohnsonLv 72 months ago
Of the choices, I'll go with the NFL, since the MLB soft salary cap doesn't exist.