The Major League Baseball Players Association has advised agents to be on the lookout for collusive behavior from teams. Scott Boras and MLB's top lawyer, Rob Manfred, are sniping at each other over the game's finances, and Red Sox owner John Henry is floating the idea of a payroll floor to prevent clubs from hoarding their revenue sharing money.
Yes, the smell of Hot Stove harmony is in the air.
As Matt Holliday, Jason Bay and John Lackey wait for their big paydays, a lot of teams ...
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