A Force Play by Baseball's Bankers?

A strike would cut off revenue streams, leaving MLB unable to pay down its $3.6 billion in debt. Creditors won't go for that

Major League Baseball owners and players almost never agree to a contract without resorting to padlocks and picket lines. That pattern has produced the sorriest statistic in the game: eight player strikes and management lockouts since 1972.

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