The MLBPA announced a $1 million fund to help those ballpark and media workers impacted by the lockout.
It’s definitely the owners fault, now stop trying to both sides this.
MLB’s officially hit the nuclear option as they cancelled 2022’s Opening Day and is allegedly willing sacrifice up to the first month of the season.
Can they get a deal done? It all depends on how intent MLB is on busting its union.
The Mariners enter 2022 with a lot of talent, but several holes on their roster. We take a look at three moves they should make to raise their talent floor.
Spring Training cannot begin on time, and unless the owners lift the lockout prior to MLB’s self imposed deadline of Feb 28th the regular season is in danger.
The A’s proposed park at Howard Terminal is moving forward
MLB has refused to make a counter offer to the union’s proposal and has offered to go to a federal mediator in a blatant PR move.
A lockout is, by definition, the owners fault. If they wanted, the offseason could continue while a new CBA is negotiated.
Jerry Dipoto came out swinging in the free agent market by bringing in the reigning AL Cy Young award winner.