At 11:59pm EST on December 1st the MLB entered a lockout; this is the first work stoppage the MLB has faced in more than 25 years. This lockout comes in the busiest time of the offseason as now free agent signings and trades are stopped. Overall, it is expected that an agreement between both the MLBPA and MLB will be reached before the regular season is set to start, but there is the possibility there won't be a full 162-game season. The last MLB lockout was from 1994-95, which canceled 938 games and the entire 1994 post season. The last MLB strike that went without a loss of games was in 1990, overall, there have been nine lockouts that in which three of them featured a loss of games in a schedule.
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