All of Major League Baseball’s GMs met recently in Boca Raton to discuss how the last season went. Also present was Commissioner Rob Manfred. The GMs discussed how changes to MLB’s payroll structure have had a positive effect on competitiveness in the league. The old days when large-market teams like the Yankees could use their enormous cash reserves to buy a roster filled with superstars are gone, and now smaller-market teams like the Twins and the World Series-winning Royals have a fair shot to win it all.

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