First of all, this should be a fanshot. I know. Sorry for partying. I just couldn't fit this into any of the fanshot categories (it's not a link, quote, image, video, or list) and quite frankly it seems like fanposts get more viewers. I have been a long time lurker in this community and rarely post but I figured this would be something that people might be interested in.
Ok. On to the actual thing I am talking about. I am the sports chair of my law school's entertainment, arts, and sports law society. Next week we will be hosting a panel on arbitration in baseball and Mets General Counsel David Cohen as well as Deputy General Counsel Neal Kaplan will be answering questions about labor and arbitration. We will also have Paul Mifsud, Senior MLB Cousnel. I wanted to see if you guys had anything you want me to ask them about. After the panel I could write up a brief summary of what they said and report back here. Keep in mind that this is most likely going to be focused on the process of arbitration generally rather than the Mets specific situation with player arbitration so if you can try to keep the questions tailored to the arbitration process.
Again, apologies for writing a fanpost with no actual humor or analysis, I promise I'll make up for it by writing a pretty standard and not all that exciting AAOP later in the year.
UPDATE: Just to let you know representatives from the Mets have asked not to have members of the press at the event. I'm not part of the press but I want to respect their privacy and I will ask for approval to post things that they say. This may mean that the final product will be less than a full summary, but I don't want to do anything against their wishes.