MLB: 20 years later: ’94 strike molded baseball’s path
Twenty years ago this week, San Francisco Giants pitcher Bud Black figured his fourth work stoppage as a Major League Baseball player would be like the first three. The bitterly battling players and owners would find their way back to the negotiating table and hammer out a solution that would allow games to continue.
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