Official comparison: NFL refs lockout to 1979 umpire's strike

Official comparison: NFL refs lockout to 1979 umpire's strike

Seattle : WA : USA | Sep 26, 2012 at 10:22 AM PDT
Source: Seattle Times
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That lesson is demonstrated pretty clearly by Larry Stone's post going back to the 1979 umpire's strike, which lasted six weeks and had a similar result in teams across the league pleading for the return for the regular umpires...Chris Mortenson is reporting that an agreement between the league and... FULL ARTICLE AT Seattle Times
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