Rob Manfred addresses MLB's ice-cold hot stove season, relations with players' union
Major-league players are all in favor of increasing pace of play - under the right circumstances - but they'd prefer to see Commissioner Rob Manfred do something about speeding up the dragging pace of free-agent signings.
Major League Baseball's hot stove season was ice cold this winter. And the players want to know why.
Typically, the mega free-agent deals start getting done right away in November. But it wasn't until starting pitcher Yu Darvish signed a six-year, $126 million deal with the Cubs just 10 days ago that a player on the free-agent market inked a contract worth more than $80... read more
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