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(CBS Sports)   Recently traded Brandon Moss: It's the MLBPA & players' fault that the free agent market is frozen   ( cbssports.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Major League Baseball, slugger Brandon Moss, Oakland Athletics, bargaining agreement, Free agent, collective bargaining, Kansas City Royals, collective bargaining agreement  
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548 clicks; posted to Sports » on 02 Feb 2018 at 12:56 AM (23 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2018-02-02 08:12:34 AM  
He's not wrong. The MLBPA wants the first guy to sign to be the biggest contract.
2018-02-02 08:56:27 AM  
The MLBPA has pretty much surpassed the NFLPA as the worst union in sports. Tony Clark gotta go.
2018-02-02 10:22:59 AM  
As a KC Royals Season ticket holder I HATED Brandon "Easy Out" Moss, a DH with a batting avg under .200 till almost September.

With that being said, I like him a lot more after reading that. KC still has 3 big players sitting due to free agent contracts; Hosmer (good, but he wants WAYYYYY to much $$), Moose, and Vargas.
2018-02-02 03:43:03 PM  
Meanwhile, an agent at CAA is taking about a spring training boycott.
2018-02-02 06:14:36 PM  
all last season it was assumed to be Arrieta's last with the Cubs because they wouldn't shell out for him in free agency. then he started negotiations at Kershaw money and now nobody wants him.
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