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Baseball players and owners signed an agreement for a new labor contract Tuesday, a deal that makes baseball the first North American professional major league to start blood testing on human growth hormone and expands the playoffs to 10 teams by 2013.
Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig and union head Michael Weiner smiled and exchanged handshakes while others in the room dug into knishes and pigs in a blanket.
The party president is at it again. In Ireland, he belted back some Guinness. In Britain, he savored $1,000 wine and toasted the queen. In Poland, he is sure to feast on pirogi and vodka. Yet President Obama's European trip is more than a waste of taxpayer dollars on celebrity diplomacy. It is a cultural watershed - a key moment when the leader of the free world stood by and did nothing while the free-speech rights of an American citizen were violated by the very government he was praising. Mr. Obama's slogan should be: "Give me fine French Burgundy, or give me death!"
Much to Commissioner Bud Selig's chagrin, chewing tobacco has been almost as much a part of Major League Baseball over the years as "Play Ball!" and the seventh-inning stretch.
While the NFL moved toward a possible work stoppage, baseball's union and management starting bargaining on a labor agreement to replace the deal that expires in December.
Baseball union leader Michael Weiner said the union and baseball owners' representatives had their first formal negotiating session on Wednesday.
Baseball union leader Michael Weiner says he's optimistic that a new collective bargaining agreement can be reached with Major League Baseball.
Union head Michael Weiner says the players' association is not worried about the lawsuit filed against New York Mets owners and its impact on the club's financial stability.
NFL labor talks are in mediation. NBA labor talks are generally stuck.