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    1. The Clubs recognize the Association as the sole and exclusive collective bargaining agent for all Major League Players, and individuals who may become Major League Players during the term of this Agreement, with regard to all terms and conditions ofemployment, provided that an individual Player shall be entitled to negotiate inaccordance with the provisions set forth in this Agreement (1) an individual salary over and above the minimum requirements established by this Agreement and (2) Special Covenants to be included in an individual Uniform Player’s Contract, which actually or potentially provide additional benefits to the Player.

      Establishing the MLBPA as the union for Major League players and players who might become Major League players during a CBA's term limits the ability of minor league players to form their own union.

    1. The Clubs recognize the Association as the sole and exclusive collec-tive bargaining agent for all Major League Players, and individuals who may become Major League Players during the term of this Agree-ment, with regard to all terms and conditions of employment, pro-vided that an individual Player shall be entitled to negotiate in accordance with the provisions set forth in this Agreement (I) an individual salary over and above the minimum requirements estab-lished by this Agreement and (2) Special Covenants to be included in an individual Uniform Player's Contract, which actually or poten-tially provide• additional benefits to the Player.

      No contingency is made for the reality that Minor League clubs and leagues also enter into agreements with Major League teams, allowing informal or unregulated procedures to continue influencing and shaping minor league baseball by setting the precedent that CBAs would not explicitly address the status or relationship of minor league teams.

    1. The Clubs recognize the Association as the sole and exclusive collec-tive bargaining agent for all Major League Players, and individuals who may become Major League Players during the term of this Agreement, with regard to all terms and conditions of employment except ( 1) individual salaries over and above the minimum require-ments established by this Agreement and ( 2) Special Covenants to be included in individual Uniform Player's Contracts, which actually or potentially provide additional benefits to the Player.

      No contingency is made for the reality that Minor League clubs and leagues also enter into agreements with Major League teams, allowing informal or unregulated procedures to continue influencing and shaping minor league baseball by setting the precedent that CBAs would not explicitly address the status or relationship of minor league teams.

    1. The Clubs recognize the Association as the sole and exclusive collec-tive bargaining agent for all Major League Players, and individuals who may become Major League Players during the term of this Agreement, with regard to all terms and conditions of employment except ( 1) individual salaries over and above the minimum require-ments established by this Agreement and ( 2) Special Covenants to be included in individual Uniform Player's Contracts, which actually or potentially provide additional benefits to the Playe

      No contingency is made for the reality that Minor League clubs and leagues also enter into agreements with Major League teams, allowing informal or unregulated procedures to continue influencing and shaping minor league baseball by setting the precedent that CBAs would not explicitly address the status or relationship of minor league teams.

    1. The Clubs recognize the Association as the sole and exclusive collective bargaining agent for all Major League Players, and individuals who may become Major League Players during the term of this Agree-ment, with regard to all terms and conditions of employment except ( 1) individual salaries over and above the minimum requirements established by this Agreement and ( 2) Special Covenants to be included in individual Uniform Players Contracts, which actually or potentially provide additional benefits to the Player

      No contingency is made for the reality that Minor League clubs and leagues also enter into agreements with Major League teams, allowing informal or unregulated procedures to continue influencing and shaping minor league baseball by setting the precedent that CBAs would not explicitly address the status or relationship of minor league teams.

    1. The Parties recognize that there are existing agreements between a Major League Club or Clubs and the Players or the Association, and between either of the Major Leagues sepa-rately and the Players or the Association. The Parties reaffirm such agreements and in-corporate them as part of this Agreement insofar as they are not inconsistent with this Agreement. Such agreements shall be considered agreements between the Association and the Clubs or any of them for the purpose of the Grievance Procedure provided for in Article X here

      No contingency is made for the reality that Minor League clubs and leagues also enter into agreements with Major League teams, allowing informal or unregulated procedures to continue influencing and shaping minor league baseball by setting the precedent that CBAs would not explicitly address the status or relationship of minor league teams.

    2. The Clubs recognize the Association as the sole and exclusive collective bargaining agent for all Major League Players, and individuals who may become Major League Players dur-ing the term of this Agreement, with regard to all terms and conditions of employment except (1) individual salaries over and above the minimum requirements established by this Agreement and (2) Special Covenants to be included in individual Uniform Player's Contracts, which actually or potentially provide additional benefits to the Player.

      No contingency is made for the reality that Minor League clubs and leagues also enter into agreements with Major League teams, allowing informal or unregulated procedures to continue influencing and shaping minor league baseball by setting the precedent that CBAs would not explicitly address the status or relationship of minor league teams.

    1. The parties recognize that there are existing agreements between a Major League Club or Clubs and the players or the Players Association, and between either of the Major Leagues separately and the players or the Players Association. The parties reaffirm such agreements and incorporate them as part of this Agreement insofar as they are not incon-sistent with this Agreement. Such agreements shall be considered agreements between the Players Association and the twenty Major League Clubs or any of them for the pur-pose of the Grievance Procedure provided for in Article IV hereof.

      No contingency is made for the reality that Minor League clubs and leagues also enter into agreements with Major League teams, allowing informal or unregulated procedures to continue influencing and shaping minor league baseball by setting the precedent that CBAs would not explicitly address the status or relationship of minor league teams.

  6. Sep 2016