2006 Minor League Baseball Umpire Strike

2006 Minor League Baseball Umpire Strike

The most recent umpire strike in Minor League Baseball history was the strike of 2006. It involved primarily a monetary dispute between the Association of Minor League Umpires (AMLU), a trade union, and the Professional Baseball Umpire Corporation (PBUC), a management company. The dispute resulted in the hiring of replacement umpires for a number of games, followed by minor concessions by both parties, resulting in a slight wage increase for umpires employed in Minor League Baseball.

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2006 Minor League Baseball Umpire Strike - Agreements
... After a few grueling weeks of the Minor League umpire strike, which began on April 6, 2006, negotiations were finally settled between the Association of Minor League Umpires (AMLU) and the Professional ... The umpires who had been on strike resumed work on June 12, 2006 ... Through the use of collective bargaining and a labor strike, umpires were able to negotiate an increase to their per diem payments by $3, up to a maximum of $40 depending on the league ...

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