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Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said Thursday he would like revisions made to the posting system agreement for Japanese players that the league has with Nippon Professional Baseball by this offseason.

Under the current posting system which has been in place since 2013, any major league team willing to pay a maximum fee of $20 million to an NPB team has the right to negotiate with a player put up for bidding.

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