'A sad day': Failed MLB lockout negotiations leave sport reeling and future uncertain | Opinion

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JUPITER, Florida — They spent three days negotiating three months ago in Dallas.

They had six meetings spanning six weeks in New York.

They labored through eight consecutive days in Jupiter, Florida, including one 16½-hour marathon session.

And after all of that, 90 days after the start of the lockout, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred spelled out the inevitable at 5 p.m. ET Tuesday at Roger Dean Stadium.

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