Major League Baseball said it’s settling a complaint by minor league players over “poverty” wages, avoiding a trial with hundreds of millions of dollars at stake that could have tarnished the league’s reputation.
Lawyers for both sides in the long-running litigation said in a court filing Tuesday that they’ve reached a tentative settlement but need until July 11 to submit a request for approval of the deal. Terms of the agreement weren’t disclosed in the filing.
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