MLB Notes: CBA, Torre

Here are some quick notes that deal more with the business side of baseball…

  • Bob Baum of the AP writes that Major League Baseball and the players' union will soon begin talks about the next Collective Bargain Agreement. Commissioner Bud Selig said the two sides are "on a constructive path." The current CBA is set to expire in December, and the new deal could feature changes to the draft and Super Two status.
  • Joe Torre said he expects to speak with Selig further about becoming MLB's executive vice president of baseball operations, according to Bill Madden and Teri Thompson of The New York Daily News.

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4 years 8 months ago

They need to do something about Type A status for non-closing relievers while they are at it.

4 years 8 months ago

Torre will make his first rule saying if a reliever comes into a game he has to pitch 50 pitches before he comes out.

4 years 8 months ago

Kyle Farnsworth is exempted.

4 years 8 months ago

Torre, 70, should retire. He already has all the $$$$MMMMoney he needs in the bank.

East Coast Bias
4 years 8 months ago

I don’t think it’s about the money. Actually, I don’t think it ever was, with Torre.