MLB: Major League (union) Busting

Yet with additional lucrative contracts with the NBA and NFL causing New Era’s profits to reach $750 million annually, the move seems to be a union-busting technique to maximize profits at the expense of worker benefits.
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ALCS, NLCS Preview from the perspective of a baseball

There will be baseballs hit into the stands and there will be baseballs that never touch a bat because the pitcher so wills it. Some things about baseball will never change, but these baseballs and the teams that hit the most of them will certainly be remembered for years to come.
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I want to be Roy Halladay

I wanted to be Roy Halladay. From the hand over the head windup to the arsenal of nasty pitches, from the work ethic to the care for the greater community. That’s why the sudden passing of star right-hander Roy “Doc” Halladay, who died in a plane crash on Tuesday at
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Express Yourself

Run It Back

This past weekend, Major League Baseball and its Players Association held their inaugural “Players Weekend,” a three-day stretch that allowed the game’s players to break the usual limitations on gear and accessories and deck themselves out in whatever manner their hearts desired. Instead of sticking with the traditional last name
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2 former Bears excelling in minor leagues

Second-round selection Brett Cumberland has been the sole proprietor of media attention this season attention among the alumni of Cal baseball in the minor leagues, but former teammates Robbie Tenerowicz and Ryan Mason have quietly put together strong individual seasons and are on the verge of moving on up. Tenerowicz,
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