Tony Clark: JPP's Medical Records Being Made Public 'A Travesty'Citing the example of Jason Pierre-Paul, Tony Clark said his union has no intention of allowing teams to obtain medical records of high school and college players ahead of each June's amateur draft.
Tony Clark: MLB Players Association Has No Issues With Alex RodriguezUnion head Tony Clark says the baseball players' association has no issues with Alex Rodriguez.
Union Head Tony Clark Has No Problem With Mets' Winter WorkoutsThe fact that players paid to work out with Barwis has brought attention to the program, but Clark sees no problem.
Rob Manfred Given 5-Year Term As Baseball CommissionerPraising the transition as quick and orderly, Bud Selig announced Thursday that baseball owners unanimously approved a five-year term for Rob Manfred.
Clark: MLBPA Taking Notice Of Mets' Mid-Market Franchise PayrollCalling the New York Mets a "marquee franchise," new players' union head Tony Clark is paying attention to the team's payroll.
Tony Clark: Players' Association Has No Issues With A-Rod Going Forward "The page has been turned," Clark said Monday after holding the union's annual spring-training meeting with Yankees players.
Clark: MLB Players Won't Allow Deals To Be Voided For Drug ViolationsNew baseball union head Tony Clark says players won't agree to terminating contracts as part of discipline for drug violations.
Ex-Met Rips A-Rod For Lawsuit Against Players' UnionFormer Mets reliever Jon Rauch blasted Alex Rodriguez on Twitter for filing a lawsuit against the Major League Baseball Players Association, saying the 14-time All-Star has run out of people to blame.
Tony Clark Named Major League Baseball Players Association Executive DirectorThe Major League Baseball Players Association has named former Tony Clark as its new executive director.
Selig, A-Rod Attend Michael Weiner's FuneralDave Winfield, Frank Thomas, David Cone, Bobby Bonilla and incoming union head Tony Clark attended the funeral as well.
MLB Holds Meeting With Players & Umpires UnionThe unions for major league baseball players and umpires have held a rare joint meeting with management.