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"I am convinced based on MLB's actions in 2008 that they will never let him wear a major league uniform ever again," he said.
The players' association won three collusion grievances in which owners were found to have conspired against free agents following the 1985, 1986 and 1987 seasons. Management agreed in 1990 to settle those cases for $280 million and also agreed to a provision that future collusion would be subject to triple damages.
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