WNBA plays hardball with players union

Updated: June 21, 2002, 9:03 PM ET
By Ray Ratto | Special to ESPN.com

As the WNBA continues to strive for America's recognition and acknowledgment, it's good to see that the league is following the lead of one of the nation's most prominent sports.


And not just baseball, but baseball's proud legacy of labor-management cooperation in pursuit of the greater good.

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