MLB Lockout: Players Issue Counteroffer to Owners


With spring training scheduled to begin in just over three weeks and the sides still far apart on a striking a new labor agreement, Major League Baseball and its players’ union met on Monday and made plans to gather again on Tuesday.

The Monday meeting at the players’ union offices in Manhattan — just the second major negotiating session since the lockout began on Dec. 2 — lasted over two hours and included what an M.L.B. official characterized as a spirited back and forth. The small…



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