Union Head Has No Problem With Mets' Winter Workouts

Union Head Has No Problem With Mets’ Winter Workouts

Baseball players' association head Tony Clark says the union has no problems with the Mets' voluntary offseason workout program but will continue to monitor it.


Tony Clark Officially Named Executive Director Of MLBPA

Former first baseman Tony Clark has been voted as the Executive Director of the MLBPA.

N.Y. Yankees Alex Rodriguez could find out how long he will be suspended any day now.

MLBPA Wants A-Rod Out

Major League Baseball Players Association player reps are threatening to kick Alex Rodriguez out of the union. But, that can’t happen. A-Rod filed his lawsuit against the MLBPA after the arbitrator decided to suspend him for 162 games. Player


Are MLB Teams Trying To Make Contracts More Like The NFL’s?

This was the sort of meeting where you had to check your cell phone at the door. The Major League Baseball Players Association does some of its finest work in secrecy, and what was discussed inside the Gershwin Ballroom


MLBA Told Which Players Are To Be Suspended

Three-time MVP Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees stands to receive the longest suspension


MLBPA Won’t Protect PED Users

The baseball players' association may not go to bat for every player involved in Major League