A’s, Reds Fire Sales Show MLB still has tank issues

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After the Players Association denied Major League Baseball’s request for state arbitration and protracted an unending lockout, Max Scherzer set out the union’s wishes.

Think of it as a player checklist for the new collective bargaining agreement.

“We want a system,” said the Mets starter tweeted on February 4, “where thresholds and penalties act as non-caps, allows younger players to realize more of their market value, manipulation of service time is a thing of the past, and tanking as a winning strategy is eliminated.” A’s, Reds Fire Sales Show MLB still has tank issues


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