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Arguably the best remaining free agent outfielder is off the board.
Just when you thought the nightmare was over
The Dodgers must be stopped
Olson signed an eight-year, $168 million extension with Atlanta on Tuesday.
The Reds continue their fire sale and the A’s lost a Matt
With the lockout officially over, teams are welcome to sign free agents and make trades, but the bonanza didn’t kick off last night.
Opening Day won’t be until April 14 at the earliest
The league and the union negotiated for 17 hours and will resume Wednesday morning
MLB has given the union until this afternoon to accept a deal. If they refuse, it’ll hack another week off the season.
The owners of the Diamondbacks, Reds, Angels, and Tigers thought the owner’s office was too generous.
If the billionaires wanted a full season of baseball, they would have gotten it.
Manfred gleefully cancelled games despite earlier saying losing part of the regular season would be a "disastrous outcome."
After a long day of Dan Halem walking back and forth, MLB is pushing back the deadline to 5 p.m. ET.
If a deal isn’t done by the end of the month, games will be canceled.
The two sides had a long meeting Monday. Was it productive?
Negotiations continue the day after all pitchers and catchers were due to report
Fare thee well random pitcher dingers. You were too pure for this world.
Reports are that the commissioner will announce a delay to spring training
The union rejected federal mediation, but the government wants to get involved anway.
They’ve tried nothing and they’re all out of ideas.
It’s one of the few things the two sides apparently agree on.
It’s a good thing there are 147 photos of the ball and lock in the photo tool.
Spring training will likely be delayed.
A lottery would exist to discourage tanking.
Plus, David Ortiz voted into Hall of Fame
The players and the league will continue negotiations after Monday’s heated meeting.