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The Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) is the collective bargaining representative for all current Major League Baseball (MLB) players. The New York City-based association was formed in 1953, but not officially recognized as a union until 1966.
All players on each MLB club's 40-man roster plus all managers, coaches and athletic trainers who hold, or have held, a signed contract with a MLB club are eligible for membership in the MLBPA.
The MLBPA has three divisions:
- The labor union, which includes certifying . . .
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