A new playoff format is again being floated during collective bargaining talks, something MLB has wanted for years.
IRVING, Texas — All signs out of Texas are pointing to the first work stoppage in Major League Baseball since the mid-1990s as the clock ticks on collective bargaining talks.
Reports indicated on Tuesday that a meeting between the owners’ side and the players’ side concluded after 30 minutes, likely narrowing a chance for the two sides to agree on a new CBA before the 11:59 p.m. deadline on Dec. 1.
Among many items and issues being discussed and addressed at the meetings includes an increased
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