MARVIN MILLER served as executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association from 1966 through 1982, transforming the association first into a bona fide labor union then gradually into one of the strongest collective bargaining units in the United States.
Major League Baseball Players Association
Is the union that represents players on the 40-man rosters of the 30 Major League baseball teams and oversees MLB Players, Inc., which exclusively represents the group commercial and licensing activities involving active players.
On behalf of its members, the union also operates the Major League Baseball Players Trust (www.PlayersTrust.org ), a 501(c)3 charitable foundation that supports youth baseball development as well as a full range of causes and initiatives as directed by its member players.
MLB Players, Inc.
The MLBPA's group licensing program utilizes the collective marketing power of Major League Baseball players to assist licensees and sponsors who want to associate their brands and products with the excitement that Major Leaguers can provide.
The Major League Baseball Players Association (“MLBPA”) is the sole and exclusive bargaining agent for all Major League Baseball Players and individuals preparing to negotiate a Major League contract. Only MLBPA General
Certified Agents may represent or advise a represent or advise a player in negotiating the terms of a Major League contract.