By Ronald Blum, Associated Press
Commissioner Rob Manfred announced Tuesday the sport will lose regular-season games over a labor dispute for the first time in 27 years after acrimonious lockout talks collapsed in the hours before management's deadline.
MLB made its last offer about 90 minutes before a self-imposed 5 p.m. deadline Tuesday. The league has threatened to cancel March 31's opening day without a deal by then.
The vote announced Monday comes after a standoff that nearly led to a strike that would have frozen productions across the U.S.
By Andrew Dalton, Associated Press
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