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The Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) has brought on former MLB player Carlos Gómez as a special assistant to the executive director. Gómez, who retired in 2021 after a 13-year career, will now be involved with the union.
The former big leaguer will be a special assistant to MLBPA executive director.
The MLBPA has been in the spotlight in recent years due to labor disputes and negotiations. The 2021-2022 offseason saw a lockout by Major League Baseball, which eventually led to a new collective bargaining agreement with significant changes. The MLBPA also began representing minor league players and worked out a new CBA for them, leading to improved pay and other provisions.
After a few decades of relative labor peace, Major League Baseball locked out the players in the 2021-2022 offseason. A new collective bargaining agreement was eventually agreed to...
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