- MLB’s free agency has unfolded in bizarre fashion, with some of the top players getting signed late in the offseason or not at all.
- At the heart of the situation are some of the most divisive topics in MLB — tanking and analytics — with the league, team, and players pointing fingers.
- While accusations of collusion swirl, no one is quite sure what to make of the situation.
About 30 disgruntled free agents trekked to Bradenton, Florida, this week for an unusual spring training camp.
The camp is not being hosted by a team, but by the MLB players union, hoping to keep jobless MLB players active and in-shape while they wait and hope for a contract offer or camp invite from a team.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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