Lockout VII: I've walked for miles, my feet are hurting
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01-04-2013, 10:56 AM
Join Date: Jun 2006
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More - I know that this is what Fehr did in MLB. I wonder, though, if that was a different situation. MLB players had no CBA right to playoff money. In this case, the players get their cut of playoff income, too. That lessens the leverage they have for a late season strike.
I rather think, that, as long as the players could play under the old CBA, that's what they would do. In other words,
just keep dragging out and dragging out until the CBA expired totally.
It's their best move, money wise.
It IS totally expired! Dragging the old CBA out longer only serves the purpose of the players, because it's closer to what they want. The owners could just have rightly said that, OK, we'll play the Season under the proposed system that we want until the CBA is finalized. Neither option however would be legal to do without the consent of the other side. The old CBA is no more valid now than is the owners' first proposal back in October.
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