The 15-Day Disabled list is moving to 10-Day

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Bill Streicher - USA Today Sports
Bill Streicher - USA Today Sports

Major League Baseball agreed to a new five-year collective bargaining agreement on late Wednesday night so baseball will move on without a lockout or any pause after the Cubs won their World Series for the first time since 1908.

Another great tidbit of news is that the Associated Press is reporting that the 15-day disabled list will be shortened to 10-days. The change will allow the teams to make quick changes to their team instead of waiting around for injury news.

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