Major League Baseball Players and their union are committed to growing the game while honoring its past
The Major League Baseball Players Association had quite a year in 2017, on and off the field, as the union began its second 50 years of advancing and protecting players' rights.
Advancing players' interests took on exciting new forms in 2017 as Executive Director Tony Clark sought to broaden the player fraternity's reach by strengthening ties to the former player community, providing new and better platforms for active players to engage with fans and moving ahead with the vision of building a solid foundation to support and develop youth baseball around the world.
The first-of-its-kind platform seeks to become the dedicated mobile destination for players and their passionate fans
MORE THAN 1,000 PLAYERS FLOCK TO INFIELD CHATTER,
THE NEW MOBILE SOCIAL COMMUNITY THAT BRINGS FANS
CLOSER TO MAJOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
–Groundbreaking initiative from Major League Baseball Players Association offers unique player-driven content, two-way player-fan engagement, fan contests and experiential sweepstakes, among other features in time for 2017 baseball season–