SIGN NOW: STOP THE EXPLOITATION OF MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYERS

Many minor league baseball players make less than $5 an hour, with those at the top of the minor leagues making just $14,700 a year.

While there’s a union for major league players, which has negotiated a minimum major league salary of $564,000, no union exists for minor league players―even though minor league players in basketball, hockey and soccer all have union representation.

Call on Minor League Baseball to stop exploiting players, pay a fair wage, and allow the formation of a union without interference or retaliation from owners or the MLB.

Sign today!

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