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MLB’s All-Star Game could be decided by home run derby instead of extra innings

MLB's All-Star Game could be decided by home run derby instead of extra innings

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Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association ended up coming to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement Thursday, ending the nearly 100-day lockout and putting things back in motion for a full 162-game regular season. The major parts of the new CBA were released very quickly, but it’s 182 pages, so more minor items will trickle out here in the next few days. 

And here’s a nugget, thanks to some digging from the Associated Press: 

“If the All-Star Game remains tied after nine innings, the game will be decided by a Home Run Derby between the teams, subject to the parties’ agreement on details and format,” reads exhibit 13, titled “Tentative Agreement…

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