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A succession plan was put in place last summer that will lead to former big league All-Star Tony Clark taking over Weiner’s role as executive director.
Weiner did so many interviews this year multi-tasking both his job and his condition, which I found to be remarkable.
As to Clark, I'm skeptical that a 41 year old non-lawyer who spent until age 37 focusing his adult life on a professional baseball career can know enough to be a successful union head. But, well, maybe.
As to Clark, I'm skeptical that a 41 year old non-lawyer who spent until age 37 focusinhis adult life on a professional baseball career can know enough to be a successful union head.
I've known people who've died from brain tumors within a matter of weeks (or even days) of diagnosis.
David Prouty, the general counsel, will be in charge of all legal work and future negotiation of CBA matters - unless there are changes at the union winter meeting.
Kinda cool how many players tweeted condolences
Once I complete my Miller course at NYU this spring, I will edit it and provide it to the MLBPA in some form (with their assistance).
The end stage is horrible and excruciatingly slow. The skull is only so big and the brain is getting pushed around by the tumor growth. Often the brain stem is pushed out of the skull, which
I wish this illness had the same financial research support as the other more popular
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