MLB And Players' Association Plan To Meet Again

(New York, NY) -- Major League Baseball and the MLB Players' Association are planning to meet again today after a productive bargaining session on Monday. During the two-hour meeting, the union gave a broad proposal to drop the request for age-based free agency and lowered the revenue sharing number it was asking the league to move away from small-market clubs. Players are requesting such things as raising the minimum salary and a draft lottery. Negotiations continue to be time-sensitive, as spring training starts in a little under a month, with the regular season starting March 31st.

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