Report: MLB Agent Fired for Allegedly Filming Players in Shower
Agent Jason Wood is being investigated by the MLBPA for allegedly filming his clients with hidden cameras.
Has Rob Manfred Been Emboldened by Roger Goodell and Deflategate?
Manfred has the express authority to make unilateral changes thanks to the CBA. Sound familiar?
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MLB and MLBPA Extend Collective Bargaining Agreement Through 2021
One of the most important changes: the All-Star Game will no longer determine home field advantage for the World Series.
MLB Lockout Would Be an Appropriate Ending to 2016
Are we a week away from a baseball lockout? It seemed unthinkable, but apparently it's a possibility.
Is Uniform-Destroying Pitcher Chris Sale Actually a Labor Hero?
Hiding behind Sale's gloriously immature workplace vandalism is a downright feudal labor practice: the sports trade.
New Technologies Are Forcing Baseball To Balance Big Data With "Big Brother"
New technologies have made it possible for baseball teams to know more than ever about their players. This new data can benefit both sides, but it can also be an invasion of privacy. Where's the line?
If the MLBPA Goes Public with CBA Negotiations, They Lose
Recent protestations by Gerrit Cole, Jacob deGrom, and other young players over their salaries smell like an effort by the players' union to elevate the issue of pre-arbitration salaries ahead of those talks. That might not work.
The Issue That May Divide MLB and the Union
Fixing the rules for signing international amateur players will be a priority for the next baseball collective bargaining agreement.
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How the System Screws Kris Bryant and Other MLB Rookies
The Cubs aren't calling up baseball's best prospect yet because baseball's collective bargaining agreement says it's smarter not to.
The Plight of the Minor League Baseball Wage Slave
A pair of lawsuits focused on minor league baseball's wage system are looming, but even a former player turned attorney says unionization is the real solution.