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Number of Trades per franchise.

In order. 6 seasons in.

Las Vegas Longballers - 34
Washington D.C. Capital G-Men - 31
Boston Brigadiers - 25
Jacksonville Juggernauts - 25
Minnesota North Stars - 25
Montreal Royales - 24
Boise Idaho Taters - 23
Atlanta Stonewallers - 22
Iowa City Beef - 22
Vancouver Maintaineers - 20
Salem Silver Shockers - 19
Anaheim Anteaters - 18
Scranton Breakers - 16
Albuquerque Roadrunners -15
Jackson Riverdogs - 15
Pawtucket Patriots - 13
Montgomery Constitutions - 11
Cleveland Brewdogs franchise - 10
Honolulu Rain - 7
Oklahoma City Drunken Ducks - 7
San Juan Express - 7
St. Louis Archers - 7
Florida SunRays - 6
El Paso Diablos - 5
Fargo Woodchippers - 5
Little Rock Travellers - 5
Richmond Confederates - 5
Dover Galaxy - 4
Ottawa Ice - 4
Syracuse Salt City Ballers - 4
Toronto Beavers - 4
Tacoma Typhoon franchise - 2

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