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Richard Griffin: MLB boycott threat feels like Groundhog Day

Top agent and a few players go public with pitch to stay away from spring training to protest ridiculously quiet free-agent market. They have good reasons to be angry, but a shutdown is never the answer, Richard Griffin writes.
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