Still strain between MLB, union after cold free agent market as MLBPA head Tony Clark hints at possible work stoppage

Still strain between MLB, union after cold free agent market as MLBPA head Tony Clark hints at possible work stoppage

Clark hinted that there could be an end to the labor peace that baseball has enjoyed since the last work stoppage in 1995. Asked whether he thought there could be a work stoppage at the end of the deal if players’ concerns are not addressed, Clark was vague, but said, “to the extent there are challenges to those rights, historically I would suggest those have manifested themselves in a particular way.”