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Oldest ex-Major League Baseball player dies in Cuba at 102
He failed to qualify for a baseball pension, but the Major League Baseball Players Association, the players' union, decided to compensate him under a program for players who came up short of the required service time.
Oldest living ex-MLB player dies in Cuba at 102  Albany Times Union
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Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association brings "Swing with the ...
The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association will be hosting host a "Swing with the Legends" celebrity golf tournament featuring former MLB All-Stars, Gold Glove Award winners and other alumni.
Tony Clark formally elected executive director of MLB Players Association
Members of the Major League Baseball Players Association have formally elected Tony Clark as the union's executive director, four months after the death of his predecessor in the role, Michael Weiner.
Former All-Star Tony Clark confirmed as new head of Major League Baseball ...  Times Colonist
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Major league baseball and players union toughen drug penalties
TAMPA, Fla. - Just 48 hours before the post-Australia first pitch of the 2014 regular season, Major League Baseball has made it more difficult to cheat using performance-enhancing drugs.
MLB, union increase penalty for drug violations  CBC.ca
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Seattle Mariners, MLB, players' association donate $225000 to mudslide recovery
The Seattle Mariners announced Wednesday that the club - along with Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players' Association - would donate $225,000 to help Oso mudslide recovery and relief efforts in Snohomish County. Mariners ...
Mariners, Major League Baseball and MLB Payers Association donate $225000 ...  Mariners.org
Mariners, MLB and MLBPA donate $225000 to mudslide recovery  The Seattle Times (blog)
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Major League Baseball and MLBPA talk about beefing up PED penalties
Major League Baseball and the Players Association are in negotiations to eliminate the loophole that will require the Yankees to pay nearly $3 million to Alex Rodriguez this season despite his season-long doping suspension, the Associated Press ...
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DUNN: Players Association's reversal a welcome change
FILE - In this Dec. 3, 2013, file photo, Tony Clark, executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, answers questions during a news conference in San Diego.
MLB (Major League Baseball) And Its Players Association Reach Agreement On ...
Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association have negotiated changes to its current Joint Drug Treatment and Prevention Program to create the most stringent drug program in baseball history.
Ten Jews now on major league baseball fields  San Diego Jewish World
Should We Care That Minor League Baseball Players Make as Little as $1110 a ...  Slate Magazine
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Major League Baseball and the MLBPA Barred Any Mention of Ryan Braun's ...
A tougher drug-penalty system is not the only thing that Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association have agreed to recently. MLB and MLBPA also collectively put the kibosh on allowing Ryan Braun's suspension for ...
MLB adds better drug tests, longer bans and postseason ineligibility for offenders
The revamped rules, which were announced jointly on Friday by Major League Baseball and the players' union, are effective immediately. Penalties in the new program increase from 50 games to 80 games for first offenses, and from 100 to 162 for second ...
Selig says MLB revenue could top $9 billion  Yahoo Canada Sports
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