Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer found himself in a new feud on social media, this time with retired pitcher Kyle Lohse over the league’s players union’s fight with owners over compensation for 2020.
Lohse responded Thursday to a tweet from Bauer who said the MLB agent Scott Boras should stop “meddling” in union affairs.
The former pitcher who spent 16 years in the majors before stepping away after the 2016 season told Bauer he should keep his comments within the union.
Lohse also responded to a Tuesday tweet from Bauer’s agent Rachel Luba.
She responded to owners reportedly scrapping a 50-50 revenue split in favor of a sliding pay scale for the 2020 season and accused them of hoping the move would “internally pin players against one another.”
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