Baseball’s Opening Day Lost as Negotiations Break Down
Clip: 03/02/2022 | 7m 24s
The great saving grace of the late winter doldrums is the anticipation that baseball will be back in just about a month. Except, it's not going to be the case this year. Owners and players struck out on their last chance at reaching a deal before breaking off talks earlier this week.
Aired: 03/02/22 |
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