Thanksgiving, of course, is a holiday about coming together. This year, that's been an elusive goal between NBA players and owners, who remain stuck in a lock-out with no apparent end in sight.
That's not the case with Major League Baseball, which on Tuesday announced a brand new collective bargaining agreement between the league and its players union. For a sport that was once synonymous with work stoppages, the new five-year deal was hailed by players and owners alike.
Bill Littlefield joins Radio Boston to talk about the deal plus other major stories from the past week in the world of sports.
- Bill Littlefield, host, WBUR’s Only A Game
This program aired on November 23, 2011.