Major League Baseball players and owners reach agreement

By REUTERS
December 1, 2016 05:34

 
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Major League Baseball ensured five more years of labor peace by reaching agreement with the Players Association on a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) that runs through 2021, MLB.Com said on Wednesday, citing sources.

The previous CBA was to expire on Dec. 1 and a failure to reach a new agreement would have marked at least the temporary end of uninterrupted labor peace since the disruptive players' strike of 1994.

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