• MLBPA Drops Proposal To Change Super Two; MLB Drops Increased CBT Penalties

    2 monthes ago - By MLB Trade Rumors

    The MLBPA has dropped their proposal to change the percentage of players with 2+ years of service who are eligible for salary arbitration, reports Bob Nightengale of USA Today. Evan Drellich of The Athletic phrases it slightly differently, reporting,”The MLBPA is willing to drop proposal to expand salary arbitration if rest of numbers work out.” Since 2013, the top 22% of those with 2+ years of service, known as Super Two players, have been eligible. The MLBPA initially sought to make that 100% of 2+ players, moving steadily downward in their recent proposals. MLB has considered changing...
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  • Report: MLB, players push negotiations to Tuesday after significant progress made

    2 monthes ago - By Sportsnet

    After several meetings and nearly 17 hours of deliberation, Major League Baseball and its players ended negotiations early Tuesday morning, according to multiple reports. The sides did not reach a deal on a new collective bargaining agreement, but have reportedly pushed the deadline to salvage opening day to Tuesday at 5 p.m. ET after making progress toward a deal.
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  • MLB, MLBPA Continue To Negotiate In Hopes Of Finalizing CBA Today

    2 monthes ago - By MLB Trade Rumors

    Negotiations between MLB and the MLB Players Association have been going on continuously since Monday morning, now stretching into the early hours of Tuesday. For the first time since the lockout began on December 2, real progress is being made on a new collective bargaining agreement. Jon Heyman of the MLB Network reports, “Current plan is to stay in the stadium and keep talking until a deal is done. Determination to finish this exists.”
    The parties have already reportedly agreed upon one key point, settling on the expansion of the postseason t0 12 teams. In a December 27 survey of over...
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