Weiner: Execs use press for influence
CHICAGO -- As Major League Baseball monitors the free-agent market, the players' association is monitoring comments from team officials that it believes are meant to put a crimp in the money spent on talent this offseason.
Michael Weiner, incoming head of the players' association, told ESPN.com that the union is keeping tabs on remarks by anonymous club officials who have made dire forecasts about the state of free agency this winter.
Among other things, the union is ...
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