This could be a game-changer in Major League Baseball.
This offseason has been one of the weirdest spending periods in recent memory. Despite a plethora of big-name talents sitting out on the open market, very few of them have received large deals, which thus affects all of the smaller names in free agency as well.
Now, the players are looking to fight back. According to reports, the MLB Players Union filed a grievance against four teams for improper spending of revenue sharing funds.
The union alleges that these four teams have not spent enough of their revenue sharing money, which is a requirement included in the league’s current CBA.