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Tony Clark Discusses MLB's New CBA, Will Keep An Eye On Future Revenue IncreasesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 05 / 16
MLB's new CBA "marks an extension in an unprecedented period of labor peace," and MLBPA Exec Dir Tony Clark is "mindful that revenues continue to increase -- and are expected to do so until this deal expires following" the '21 season, according to Barry Svrluga of the WASHINGTON POST. Clark said, "W...
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Latrell Sprewell will hold a press conference today "to press his grievance against" the Warriors and the NBA, according to David Steele of the S.F. CHRONICLE. The public appearance will come amid rep
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Latrell Sprewell''s contract termination by the Warriors and his one-year suspension by the NBA dominated much of the weekend media. It was the subject of both NBC''s "Meet The Press" and ABC''s "This
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