The Legal department is charged with carrying out the core legal functions of the union, which include the negotiation of baseball’s collective bargaining agreement (the “Basic Agreement”), the enforcement of Player rights embodied in the Basic Agreement and all of the other legal responsibilities that flow from the union’s representation of Players...
The Finance department has significant and diversified areas of responsibilities including planning organizing, and maintaining the payables, receivables, and payroll of the Players Association, MLB Players Trust (“Players Trust”) , and MLB Players, Inc. Examples of some major responsibilities include quarterly and annual tax reporting, the annual labor report, tax returns, financial reports/statements, and implementation and evaluation of internal controls.
The Operations department is accountable for the daily administration and operation of the Players Association, as well as other services and functions utilized by all of the other departments.
INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC PLAYER OPERATIONS
The International and Domestic Player Operations department is directly involved and responsible for the following areas: International Entry, International Play, Special and Domestic Events, Joint Programs and Fund with MLB, the Players Trust, Player Programs, All-Star and Communications to Players with a focus on Latin Players.
The IT Department is responsible for the purchase, operation, and service of network systems and computer hardware and software operated and maintained by the Association to facilitate the entirety of services provided to Players...
The Communications department is responsible for developing, implementing, and coordinating all media messaging, official releases and announcements, and social media initiatives on behalf of the Players Association, in accordance with the overall communications strategy developed by the Executive Director...