Negotiating In Extra Innings

Lengthy free-agent negotiations in Major League Baseball have players crying foul.

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Major League Baseball (MLB) games are known for their leisurely pacing. The past few years, offseason negotiations between teams and free agents have proceeded at a similarly glacial rate, to the consternation of players. Changing power dynamics between players and teams have contributed to the situation, which has left players eager to revise their collective

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