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Brandon Moss calls out MLBPA for letting owners take advantage of them

Thursday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at Brandon Moss speaking directly to the players about their futures. As you might have seen written in this space and elsewhere at SB Nation over the past few weeks, MLB’s owners are engaging in what we’ve dubbed a “legalized” form of collusion: the cartoonish villainy of the collusion of the 80s has been replaced by a far more subtle force that has given nearly all power to the owners over the past couple of decades.
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