MLBPA chief Tony Clark says union is 'keeping an eye' on Orioles' rebuilding project

Baltimore Sun

Major League Baseball Players Association executive director Tony Clark said Wednesday that, while he understands teams such as the Orioles might have to “recycle or rebuild,” he remains concerned that the decision to delay fan gratification could threaten the viability of some of those franchises. “Very concerned,” he said, “having multiple teams determine that they're three, four, five years from competing in a climate when the spending of those entertainment dollars is being challenged because of the other options that are there.” Clark, who spoke to reporters at the Ed Smith Sports Complex during the Orioles stop on his annual tour of the 30 major league spring training camps, worries that

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