Strike Update

October 03, 1994

News of the day

There were no labor negotiations. No talks are scheduled.

Games lost

There were 669 games lost.

Money lost

Owners lost estimated revenue of $580 million. Players lost estimated salary of $230 million. New York Mets third baseman Bobby Bonilla, who has the highest salary this season at $5.7 million, lost $1,619,672. Each player at the major-league minimum of $109,000 lost $30,973.


"We won't be hearing the crack of the bat again until next April. Or in the Mets' case, maybe June or July." -- David Letterman

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