• MLBPA Organizes a Fully Staffed Training Facility for Players to Use in Arizona

    2 monthes ago - By NESN

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    FanSided's Robert Murray reports that the Major League Baseball Players Association has arranged for a fully staffed training facility to be available to players in Mesa, Arizona.
    The MLBPA has organized a “fully staffed” stadium and facility for players to train in Mesa, AZ, according to sources familiar with the situation. - Robert Murray February 28, 2022
    This news seems like the union's response to the earlier report that owners told players they were willing to miss a month of baseball this season. It looks like both groups are digging their heels in for the long...
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  • MLBPA Organizes “Fully Staffed” Training Facility For Players

    2 monthes ago - By MLB Trade Rumors

    The Major League Baseball Players Association has organized a “fully staffed” stadium and training facility in Arizona for players to work out during the course of the lockout, reports Robert Murray of FanSided. Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the union has interest in arranging a similar facility in Florida.
    That the MLBPA has set up alternative training options for players unable to access team facilities is the latest indication of what has become apparent - there's little reason to believe a new collective bargaining agreement is imminent. The league's imposed...
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  • MLB Rumors: Owners 'Indicated a Willingness' to Miss a Month of Games amid CBA Talks

    2 monthes ago - By Bleacher Report

    Major League Baseball and its team owners may be driving an even harder line in the sand with the MLB Players Association as the two sides continue...
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  • Red Sox legend Fred Lynn weighs in on MLB lockout, banning the shift

    2 monthes ago - By FanSided

    Should Major League Baseball ban the shift, or should hitters learn how to beat it? In baseball, the infield shift is a method of trying to contain hitters by shifting the placement of the infielders to where a particular hitter most commonly sends the baseball. Hitters don't like it, for obvious reasons. The question of whether...
    Red Sox legend Fred Lynn weighs in on MLB lockout, banning the shift - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites
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  • Major League Baseball Owners Are Willing to Miss a Month of Games

    2 monthes ago - By NESN

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    The Athletic's Evan Drellich, Ken Rosenthal, and Fabian Ardaya are reporting Major League Baseball's owners told the players that they are willing to miss a month worth of games from the 2022 season.
    MLB today indicated a willingness to miss a month of games and took a more threatening tone than yesterday, sources briefed on the day's first meeting between MLB and the Players Association tell me, Ken Rosenthal and FabianArdaya. Full context of conversation not yet known. - Evan Drellich February 28, 2022
    If you will forgive the pun, the owners have shown they're willing...
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