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  1. MLB owners voted to allow teams to cut pensions of non-players

    Adam Rubin

    Major League Baseball owners, despite earning more than $8 billion in revenue in 2013, voted last month to allow individual teams to slash or eliminate pension-plan offerings to their non-uniformed personnel.

    Story | Conversation | February 12, 2014
  2. New collective bargaining agreement causing problems for free age...

    Buster Olney

    The new collective bargaining agreement is causing problems for free agents such as Rafael Soriano, Nick Swisher and Adam LaRoche. Buster Olney explains why.

    Blog | Conversation | December 19, 2012
  3. Mike Zunino and other 2012 draft prospects off to strong starts -...

    Kevin Goldstein

    Kevin Goldstein looks at 10 players selected early in the 2012 draft whose stocks are already on the rise after strong starts to their professional careers.

    Story | Conversation | August 21, 2012
  4. The Nationals and their balanced attack continue to tear up the l...

    Jonah Keri

    With a touch of homage to their 1994 Expos forefathers, the Nationals climb to the top of the charts.

    Story | Conversation | August 13, 2012
  5. CBA scorecard: Players gain, Boras loses

    Jim Bowden

    For reference, the summary of Major League Baseball's new collective bargaining agreement is here. As a whole, the MLB's new collective bargaining agreement is a fair and balanced deal that placates many of the agendas of many parties. The deal al...

    Blog | November 23, 2011
  6. MLB Draft: Potential changes to the draft process

    Jason A. Churchill

    Drafted players have until August 15 to sign, but that could change under the next collective bargaining agreement. That's one of many tweaks we could see to the draft in the near future.

    Blog | Conversation | June 30, 2011
  7. Bud Selig 'hopeful' labor peace will continue in MLB

    His game steeped in history, Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is hoping for a repeat performance when it comes to labor discussions in 2011.

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2011
  8. Salary-cap talk will dominate Major League Baseball's offseason, ...

    Howard Bryant

    Did the Yankees buy a World Series celebration? Their money didn't hurt, but that $207 million payroll is the least of baseball's competitive-balance problems.

    Story | Conversation | November 17, 2009
  9. Giants, Red Sox facing money problems?

    Sean McAdam

    The new labor agreement may curb The Boss's spending a bit, but what affect might it have on teams like the Expos, Royals and Red Sox?

    Story | Conversation | September 05, 2002
  10. New CBA a problem for free agents

    Buster Olney

    When the terms of the new labor agreement were negotiated a year ago, the rules about draft-pick compensation were changed in an effort to help free agents. In the past, there had been instances of second- or third-tier players not getting offers b...

    Blog | December 19, 2012
  11. Chicago White Sox need to rebuild for the future, and that will b...

    Matt Meyers

    ESPN Insider Matt Meyers writes that the Chicago White Sox probably won't contend in 2012, have a farm system in need of repair and face new CBA rules that will affect the future value of assets. This means one thing: It's selling time on the South Side.

    Story | Conversation | December 15, 2011
  12. The drawbacks of the new CBA

    Buster Olney

    There are three ways for teams to acquire high-end talent, an AL executive said Tuesday afternoon in the hours after the new labor agreement was announced: 1. Teams can invest in free agents, as the Philadelphia Phillies did with Cliff Lee, and as t...

    Blog | November 23, 2011
  13. By controlling draft spending, the new CBA could further hamper s...

    Buster Olney

    Buster Olney writes that while the industrywide perception regarding MLB's new CBA is not unequivocally negative, some clubs feel that limiting draft spending will only continue to harm small-market teams. Plus, the latest MLB hot stove news.

    Blog | Conversation | November 23, 2011
  14. Buster Olney: Signability still an MLB draft trump card

    Whether it's Tony Sanchez drafted this year at No 4 or Rick Porcello falling to No. 27 two years ago, odd picks continue to underscore draft issues the next CBA must address. Plus movement, analysis, injuries, and AccuWeather hits on Yankee homers.

    Blog | Conversation | June 10, 2009