Have you ever wondered what really happens when baseball players negotiate their contracts? Just how do players decide what they’re worth to a team, how does a team decide how much they will pay, and—in the end—how do players agree to play? On Thursday, June 17 at 7PM, the David M. Hunt Library in Falls Village, Connecticut will host a presentation by Eugene Orza on labor relations in Major League Baseball. Mr. Orza was Chief Operating Officer at Major League Baseball Players Association and has been involved in all significant labor negotiations with Major League Baseball for over 25 years, including the major work stoppage of 1995-1996. His knowledge of the sport and the intricacies of the labor issues that have arisen is profound.