Minor League Baseball players explore forming a union

Minor League Baseball players have become so fed up with their low salaries that they considering forming a union to force owners to improve their wages.

The minimum salary in triple-A, the highest level of minor league baseball, is $10,750 per year. This compares to the $47,500 minimum salary given to minor league hockey players who are represented by a union.

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