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  1. Sides discuss core issues as deadline approaches

    Darren Rovell

    Major League Baseball and the Players Association met on two occasions Tuesday for a total of two hours, with the principal topic of discussion being the core economic issues of the luxury tax and revenue sharing.

    Story | Conversation | August 20, 2002
  2. Players could strike Aug. 16 at the earliest

    Barring a surge of progress in labor talks this week, the executive board of the Major League Baseball Players' Association could confer by telephone by Friday to set a strike date, the earliest of which could be Aug. 16.

    Story | Conversation | July 29, 2002
  3. August, October strike dates discussed

    With no labor agreement in sight, some baseball players think it is inevitable that the union will set a strike date for August.

    Story | Conversation | May 16, 2002
  4. Selig still mum about labor talks

    PITTSBURGH -- Major league owners spent considerable time Wednesday on a familiar topic -- the ever-growing disparity in revenues -- but there was no talk of eliminating franchises. There have been rumblings for months that some stronger franchi...

    Story | Conversation | June 13, 2001
  5. MLB's Type A casualties

    Buster Olney

    The talks for the labor agreement have dragged on longer than Major League Baseball had hoped. The dream in the commissioner's office was that there would be a settlement announced at the World Series, amid the pomp and circumstance and banners,...

    Blog | November 15, 2011
  6. Type A free agents are seeing their markets shrink under the curr...

    Buster Olney

    Buster Olney writes that while MLB's labor negotiations continue to drag on, free agents are left in limbo because the current compensation rules associate an early-round pick with Type A free agents. Plus, news on Matt Kemp's big deal and other topics.

    Blog | Conversation | November 15, 2011
  7. Selig likes early results of new labor deal

    Bud Selig likes what he sees so far in the first offseason under baseball's new labor deal.

    Story | Conversation | November 14, 2002