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Commissioner Rob Manfred: MLB must discuss whether 'organic changes are good for the game'

WASHINGTON - Commissioner Rob Manfred and players union chief Tony Clark agreed on one thing Tuesday when speaking separately with reporters at a meeting of the Baseball Writers Association of America.

Major League Baseball and the players union will have conversations about potential changes in the game down the road.

When, where and what those potential changes might be are to be determined, though defensive shifts, bullpen usage and

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