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Major League Baseball, Players Union To Consider New Domestic Violence Policy
Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association will meet this week to begin discussing a new league-wide domestic violence policy in the wake of the ongoing Ray Rice scandal and other incidents of domestic violence in the NFL, USA Today's Bob ...
MLB, players union to meet on domestic abuse policy  USA TODAY
Rob Manfred well-prepared to become MLB commissioner  Boston Globe
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The Lessons From Major League Baseball That NFL Leadership Is Sadly Ignoring
In 2011, while the NFL owners were locking out the players as part of an impasse in labor negotiations, I was reminded of the pain and acrimony that Major League Baseball had been through. At the 11th hour, the owners and union in MLB had reached a ...
Manfred given five-year term as MLB commissioner  The Oakland Press
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This Day in Jewish History / The man who emancipated baseball players dies
But in the days before Marvin Miller became executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, in 1966, players had minimal control of their professional lives.
In Arizona Fall League, baseball is put on the clock
Tony Clark, executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, was less than enthused about the idea of a clock.
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MLB addresses pace of play in AFL
PHOENIX -- When Mark Appel was pitching at Stanford, coach Mark Marquess occasionally dusted off a time-honored baseball principle to remind the Cardinal players that no lead was big enough to feel safe and no deficit too overwhelming to overcome ...
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The Players Trust and Japan Society Gather in Tokyo to Spotlight Japan ...
Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Japan Society announced it will host a press event in Tokyo to highlight the Major League Baseball Players Trust's contribution to the Society's Japan Earthquake Relief Fund (JERF), and ongoing recovery ...
Farrell eager to see Otani on MLB trip to Japan
... Dodgers' Yasiel Puig. Los Angeles Angels first baseman Albert Pujols, Washington outfielder Bryce Harper and Baltimore outfielder Adam Jones withdrew because of personal and family commitments, the Major League Baseball Players Association said.
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Baseball owners, players have found 20 years of labor peace
It was 2002, and the future executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association was in his lone season with the Red Sox.
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MLB roster set for Japan All-Star Series
A longtime tradition dating back to 1986, the All-Star Series -- partially due to the emergence of the World Baseball Classic -- has been on hiatus since an MLB team last crossed the Pacific in 2006.
MLB Chooses Players For The Japan All-Star Series In Japanese Cities  On-Base Talk
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Kenta Maeda blanks MLB All-Stars to help Japan win 2-0
Los Angeles Angels first baseman Albert Pujols, Washington outfielder Bryce Harper and Baltimore outfielder Adam Jones withdrew because of personal and family commitments, the Major League Baseball Players Association said. The five-game series also ...
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