Fehr: No room for baseball's romance
With the exception of a brief, yearlong stretch between giants, the 43-year dynasty known as the Major League Baseball Players Association has boasted just two leaders. The first, Marvin Miller, is 92 years old and living in Manhattan, the greatest labor leader in the history of American professional sports.
The second, Donald Fehr, announced Monday that he will resign as executive director of the union before next season begins. After 26 years, he will leave the job with a legacy ...
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