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Tuesday, May 21, 2024

A Historic Deal for Baseball Players

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Opening Day has come and gone, but there’s still big news for baseball! The MiLB has reached a deal on a collective bargaining agreement for the first time in history, and we’ve brought on the man who broke the news himself – Athletic Senior Writer Evan Drellich.

We also don’t want you to forget about the final four coming up this weekend, so stay tuned for one last preview of the big dance.

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