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Minaya Leaves Padres For MLBPA
He is following the path of Hall of Famer Dave Winfield, who left his job as executive vice president/senior adviser of the Padres after a dozen years in December 2013 to become a special assistant to Clark at the Major League Baseball Players Association.
Omar Minaya leaves Padres, joins union as adviser  Albany Times Union
Major League Baseball, Players Union Negotiating New Domestic Violence Policy
When domestic violence scandals enveloped the NFL in the fall, officials from Major League Baseball and its players association announced that they would consider a new domestic violence policy to govern their sport. Now, officials from both the league ...
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Major League Baseball Players Association Amends Agent Regulations To ...
For the first time since October 1, 2010, the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) has enacted a series of amendments to its regulations governing player agents.
Average MLB Player Salary Nearly Double NFL's, But Still Trails NBA's
The average MLB salary was $3.82 million during the 2014 season, up 12.8%, according to the MLB Players Association (the league office calculates the average figure at $3.73 million using a slightly different methodology).
MLB notebook: Minaya leaves Padres for union
Minaya, who had been the San Diego Padres' senior vice president of baseball operations for the past three years, left Thursday for a job as senior advisor to Major League Baseball Players Association executive director Tony Clark. Minaya, 56, "will ...
Proposal would shorten inning breaks
MLB and the Major League Baseball Players Association are currently discussing these and other pace-of-game measures that they hope to put into effect for the 2015 season.
MLB Rule Proposal Would Shorten Inning Breaks: Latest Details and Reaction  Bleacher Report
Bob Lutz: MLB continues to spend the big bucks  Kansas.com (blog)
Major League Baseball roundup
Minaya, who had been the San Diego Padres' senior vice president of baseball operations for the past three years, left for a job as senior advisor to Major League Baseball Players Association executive director Tony Clark. Minaya, 56, "will focus on ...
MLB notes: Werth will serve five days for reckless driving  Fredericksburg.com
Why do professional baseball players earn so much?
The Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) has been the strongest union in US league sports for many years. The MLBPA has developed a sophisticated educational program to make sure the players are well informed about the history of the ...
Morosi: Inaugural Premier 12 has potential to be big hit in November
The World Baseball Softball Confederation and Nippon Professional Baseball (Japan's top league) are organizing the tournament.
MLB, union to meet this month on domestic violence policy
Officials from Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association are scheduled to meet multiple times in January regarding a new domestic violence policy.