Tony Clark, left, the executive director of the MLB players association, helped negotiate a new five-year labor contract with Commissioner Rob Manfred and owners hours before the old deal was set to expire.
Tony Clark, left, the executive director of the MLB players association, helped negotiate a new five-year labor contract with Commissioner Rob Manfred and owners hours before the old deal was set to expire. AP
Tony Clark, left, the executive director of the MLB players association, helped negotiate a new five-year labor contract with Commissioner Rob Manfred and owners hours before the old deal was set to expire. AP

MLB players, owners reach verbal deal on 5-year labor contract

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