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Labor Talks Again To Top Agenda At MLB's Quarterly Owners Meeting
Published January 12, 2011
As been the case for the past year, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig has invited team GMs to take part in the meetings, as many of the discussions up for negotiation with the players involve on-field subjects such as the First-Year Player Draft and postseason format. Selig tomorrow afternoon will convene another session of his Special Committee for On-Field Matters.