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Selig says he’s working on domestic violence plan for MLB

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NEW YORK (AP) — Baseball officials have started meeting with groups as the sport starts a process that could lead to revising its domestic violence policy.

Commissioner Bud Selig didn’t specify which groups when he spoke at a news conference but did say “we’re doing a lot of work ourself now” and “it’s a subject very much under scrutiny.”

Esta Soler, president of Futures Without Violence, said last week that MLB reached out to her group, which works to prevent domestic and sexual violence and child abuse.

 

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