MLBPA statement on decision in Kris Bryant's service-time grievance


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Bryant stood up for future MLB players in his grievance (Joe Camporeale - USA Today Sports)
Bryant stood up for future MLB players in his grievance (Joe Camporeale - USA Today Sports)

NEW YORK, Feb. 4 – Major League Baseball Players Association Executive Director Tony Clark today issued the following statement regarding the decision made in the Kris Bryant service-time grievance.

“The Players Association disagrees with the decision issued today in the Kris Bryant service-time grievance. While we respect the finality of that decision, we will continue to pursue any and all measures that incentivize competition, discourage service-time manipulation and ensure clubs field their best players. We applaud Kris’ courage and determination in challenging the Cubs’ actions and seeing the grievance through to the end.”

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