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Major League Baseball postpones Spring Training


Ugh!

According to reports, Major League Baseball Spring Training is being postponed until at least March 5.

“We regret that, without a collective bargaining agreement in place, we must postpone the start of spring training games until no earlier than Saturday, March 5,” read a statement obtained by The Boston Globe’s Michael Silverman. “All 30 clubs are unified in their strong desire to bring players back to the field and fans back to the stands.

“The clubs have adopted a uniform policy that provides an option for full refunds for fans who have purchased tickets from the clubs to any spring training games that are not taking place. We are committed to reaching an agreement that is fair to each side. On Monday, members of the owners’ bargaining committee will join an in-person meeting with the players’ association and remain every day next week to negotiate and work hard towards starting the season on time.”

Let’s hope a deal gets done because no baseball is no good!

Written by W.G. Brady

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