Businesses fear fallout from MLB lockout
'The Damage Has Been Done': Downtown Businesses Fear Fallout From MLB Lockout
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- Normally by now the Twins would be holding spring training games in sunny Florida, but many of those games have already been canceled, along with the first two series of the regular season, because baseball owners and the players’ union can’t agree on a new collective bargaining agreement.
- It’s like you have billionaire owners and millionaire players that can’t seem to figure out a way to split up all the money, and it’s guys like me that suffer,” owner Marcus Dorn said.
- Commissioner Rob Manfred could lift the lock out and let the season start with the old collective bargaining agreement in place.
- But that’s unlikely to happen for a variety of reasons, and it could mean the players would strike.
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