Players Union Thinking Of Filing A Grievance Against Indians Over Hagadone

CBS Cleveland

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – The Indians will be without relief pitcher Nick Hagadone for some time after a self-inflicted wound to his pitching hand. The Indians placed him on the disqualified list Sunday, but now may have to fight to keep him there.

Paul Hoynes of the Plain Dealer reports that executive director of the MLB players association Michael Weiner says that a grievance could be filed over the Indians putting Hagadone on the list instead of just the normal disabled list.

The reason why the union is upset is that Hagadone does not get paid or receive major-league service time when he’s on the disqualified list.

The injury to Hagadone took place after he allowed two runs on two hits with two walks in relief on Friday night’s game at home against the Rays.

GM Chris Antonetti said that Hagadone suffered the injury because he was angry at…

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