MLB’s New Paternity Leave Program Bucks Tradition


MLB’s New Paternity Leave Program Bucks Tradition

by Ramon E. Rivera on August 8, 2012

Many baseball players may be surprised to learn that Major League Baseball has a new groundbreaking paternity leave program that allows players to take up to three days off for the birth of a child.

The program, launched in 2011, makes it easier for players to take time off for the birth of a child by allowing their team to fill the roster spot by calling up another player. The issue was first raised by general managers at their annual off-season meetings and was quickly approved by the players’ association and MLB.

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