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Labor deal now in hand, MLB looks to drive new revenue

A recent Spring Training game between Major League Baseball's San Francisco Giants and Colorado Rockies. (Photo by Rob Tringali/Getty Images)

Following the completion of a five-year collective bargaining agreement with the Major League Baseball Players Association, MLB is actively seeking to develop a wide range of new commercial opportunities. US Editor Eric Fisher reports.

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