A look at NCAA Division III transfer and redshirt rules since 2000, and where the MIAC stood:
Pre-2004: Division III allowed member schools to redshirt athletes, meaning players who practiced but didn't play in games retained four years of eligibility. The MIAC prohibited the policy.
2004: Division III voted to prohibit its schools from redshirting players, but allowed transfers from Division I or II who had sat out a year to retain a year of eligibility. The MIAC transfer rule did not grant eligibility for the redshirt year at previous schools.
2009: The MIAC, the only Division III conference in the nation not allowing redshirt transfers to retain a year of eligibility, voted to grant a year of eligibility for transfers who had sat out a year.
|Atlanta - LP: A. Wood||0||FINAL|
|Philadelphia - WP: A. Bastardo||1|
|Cleveland - LP: D. Salazar||5||FINAL|
|Detroit - WP: J. Verlander||7|
|Toronto - LP: R. Dickey||0||FINAL|
|Minnesota - WP: K. Gibson||7|
|Seattle - LP: J. Beimel||6||FINAL|
|Texas - WP: P. Figueroa||8|
|Los Angeles - WP: H. Ryu||2||FINAL|
|San Francisco - LP: M. Bumgarner||1|
|Colorado||3||Bottom 7th Inning|
|St. Louis||4||Top 6th Inning|
|Milwaukee||2||Top 6th Inning|
|NY Yankees||6||Bottom 5th Inning|
|Toronto||3||Top 5th Inning|
|Boston||0||Bottom 3rd Inning|
|Kansas City||2||Top 3rd Inning|
|Chicago||3||1st Prd 1:36|
|Los Angeles||9:30 PM|