NBA, Players Reach Tentative Agreement On Labor DealThe NBA and its players have agreed in principle on a new collective bargaining agreement, one that still needs to be formally ratified by players and owners in the coming weeks.
MLB All-Star Game No Longer Determines World Series StartThe league that wins baseball's All-Star Game no longer will get home-field advantage in the World Series, which instead will go to the pennant winner with the better regular-season record.
MLB Minimum Salary Remains At $507,500 For 2016Major League Baseball's minimum salary will remain at $507,500 next year because of a lack of inflation.
MLB Working Out New Domestic Violence PolicyMajor League Baseball and the players' association say they are nearing agreement on a new domestic violence policy.
NHL, Union Hold Labor Talks A 3rd Straight DayTalks between the NHL and the players' association have resumed, the third straight day the sides are meeting in an effort to end the lockout. Thursday marks the 54th day of the lockout.
Baseball Players Ratify Labor Deal Through 2016Major League Baseball players have ratified a five-year collective bargaining agreement that runs through the 2016 season and ensures 21 consecutive years of labor peace.
Before Meeting, Union Shows Members What NBA WantsNegotiators for NBA owners and players will likely meet again next week. And the league will have to offer something different to interest the players.
NBA In Lockout After Sides Fail To Reach New DealUnion chief Billy Hunter says owners are locking out players after failing to reach a new collective bargaining agreement, potentially putting the 2011-12 season in jeopardy.
Effort Seems There In NBA Talks, But Is Time?NBA owners and players are scheduled to meet again Tuesday, a session that Commissioner David Stern indicated would be critical in gauging whether a new collective bargaining agreement can be reached before the current deal expires June 30.
Players Say NFL's 18-Game Proposal Is Major HitchConcerns about injuries make the league's push to switch to an 18-game regular season a major sticking point in negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement.