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Playing for free, salary drop, 2022 lockout possible for MLB

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By RONALD BLUM

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Sorry, but I have a hard time feeling for the "star" players who are making more money in one year, than the average person may make in a lifetime!

I feel for the lower level players and minor leaguers in particular, many of whom have to find other work to survive.

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they could pro-rate salaries to a per game basis and just get paid X amount per game, but they are a bit ore greedy than that and won't accept it.

Japan, Korea and Taiwan players seem to have no problems playing. MLB players are the biggest princess athletes in the world....

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Sorry, but I have a hard time feeling for the "star" players who are making more money in one year, than the average person may make in a lifetime!

Then don't feel sorry for the billionaire owners neither

It's billionaires vs millionaires

Why care if the millionaires don't want to give the billionaires even more money out of their salary

they could pro-rate salaries to a per game basis and just get paid X amount per game, but they are a bit ore greedy than that and won't accept it.

The players already agreed to that way back in March with the owners

Then the owners later wanted even half of that

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