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Armed With New CBA, MLB Will Get Down To Business At This Week's Winter Meetings
Published December 5, 2011
WINTER WONDERLAND: In Denver, Troy Renck notes with a CBA "in place, with budgets mapped out and deep-pocketed owners eager to Christmas shop, the possibilities are limitless" for this week's winter meetings in Dallas. Cubs GM Jed Hoyer said, "It's going to be an exciting time with a lot of action" (DENVER POST, 12/5).