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MLBPA's Clark Calls Rule Change Talks "Ongoing"; Intentional Walks Made AutomaticPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 23 / 17
MLBPA Exec Dir Tony Clark yesterday said that discussions over rules changes to "improve pace of play this season are and will remain ongoing" after Commissioner Rob Manfred on Tuesday publicly criticized the union , according to Marc Topkin of the TAMPA BAY TIMES. Clark "made clear the u...
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