Massive MLBPA Movement: Fehr Flees Fraternity

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After 25 years in the job, Donald Fehr is stepping down as head of the MLB Players Association. So sayeth ESPN. The man who learned his game from the great Marvin Miller and once successfully sued the MLB for $280 million in damages for being a bunch of colluding assholes is retiring, which leaves an enormous gaping hole at the top of the MLBPA in shaky financial times. General counsel Michael Weiner will take his place.


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Your turn, Selig.

I think Selig enjoys the job of asshole too much.

I was hoping he'd have been fired so you could have gone with Union Eunuch's Utility Usurped; Unilaterally Euthanized

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