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Sources: MLB May Implement Original Pace-Of-Play Rules If Union Rejects Provisions

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 19 / 18

The MLBPA is "expected to reject" MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred’s revised proposal on new rules to improve pace of play, a move that would "set the stage for Manfred to unilaterally implement his original proposal," according to sources cited by Ken Rosenthal of THE ATHLETIC. That would in...

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