MLBPA wants charitable clauses out
The MLB Players' Association has filed a grievance on behalf of players who have a provision in their contracts under which they agree to make a donation through his club to a charitable organization, MLBPA chief operating officer Gene Orza confirmed to ESPN's Karl Ravech.
This type of clause came into the spotlight earlier this month when Manny Ramirez re-signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
In his contract, the slugger agreed to make a $1 million donation to the Dodgers Dream Foundation. ...
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