Nearly two full weeks into spring training, dozens of accomplished free agents around the major leagues are still unsigned.
There's a new rule limiting visits to the mound, too, creating at least some early confusion about how to keep track.
So while their collective bargaining agreement runs through four more seasons, players have been expressing more frustration with owners lately than usual during an offseason marked by increased tension between the sides.
"The goal of collective bargaining is not labor peace. It's a fair and equitable deal. Fifteen months in, we're seeing things that we've never seen before, and that raises concerns," union leader...