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Topic - Tony Clark
In the wake of the Biogenesis scandal that led to 14 suspensions last summer, Major League Baseball and its players' union announced Friday they are toughening penalties and increasing the frequency of testing in the most substantial revisions to their drug agreement in eight years.
Tony Clark has been confirmed as the new head of the Major League Baseball Players Association.
Calling the New York Mets a "marquee franchise," new players' union head Tony Clark is paying attention to the team's payroll.
Joe Torre says Major League Baseball's playing rules committee leaned toward banning all home plate collisions but concluded it would be unrealistic because contact between catchers and baserunners is sometimes unavoidable.
Union head Tony Clark says the players' association has no issues going forward with suspended New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez.
Union head Tony Clark is concerned that free agents who would cost a team a draft choice for signing them are still without jobs.
The head of the committee that developed Major League Baseball's plan to expand instant replay says he is optimistic the system will be in place this season, even though owners and unions for players and umpires have yet to approve.
New baseball union head Tony Clark says players won't agree to terminating contracts as part of discipline for drug violations.
NEW YORK (AP) — Kevin McGuiness, a lawyer who has spent a decade heading a lobbying firm in Washington, D.C., has been hired as chief operating officer of the Major League Baseball Players Association under new union head Tony Clark.
Tony Clark said he's "blown away" that he is the first former major leaguer to become head of the baseball players' union.
Clark said Friday in a statement: "I am angered that numerous, anonymous baseball executives have blatantly and intentionally violated our collective bargaining agreement."
"We still have guys, very good players, quality players that can help any number of clubs who are still on the market, some with draft-pick compensation, some not."