Thursday, 13 March 2008

Caps, Rainiers Must Revise Working Pact

VANCOUVER, Feb. 25—Vancouver Capilanos of baseball’s class A Western International Baseball League have been to change their “unfair” working agreement.
The orders came from George Trautman, president of the National Association of Professional Baseball League, who said the clause in the agreement giving Vancouver first call on all Seattle players being sent to lower classifications was unfair to players.
In a letter to Dewey Soriano, Capilano manager, Trautman said the Seattle players should have a chance to go to the triple A or double A leagues.
Soriano said during the week end that he and Leo Miller, Seattle general manager, will change the agreement.

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