Baseball: MLB lockout continues, season's 1st two series canceled

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Negotiators for the Major League Baseball owners and players failed again Tuesday to reach an agreement on a new labor deal. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred responded by canceling each team's first two series of the regular season, marking the first time in 27 years that the league's season opener will be delayed by a labor dispute. As a result, Opening Day will not happen on March 31. The continuing lockout will keep spring training camps closed to major league players including Los Angeles Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani and will keep much of the business of baseball shut down, including trad...

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