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Five bills aimed at ending the baseball strike are introduced into Congress.
IN THE NEWS: According to players' union chief IN THE NEWS: Donald Fehr, all 835 unsigned major league players are free agents since the owners unilaterally changed the uniform contract.
IN THE NEWS: Mike Schmidt is elected to baseball's Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Arbitrator Thomas Roberts awards 11 players a total of almost $10 million as a result of collusion charges brought against the owners.
IN THE NEWS: Use of replacement players for spring training and regular season games is okayed by baseball's executive council. Acting commissioner IN THE NEWS: Bud Selig announces, "We are committed to playing the 1995 season and will do so with the best players willing to play."
Baltimore owner IN THE NEWS: Peter Angelos announces that his team will not use replacement players.
Players and owners are told by President Clinton to resume bargaining and reach an agreement by February 6.
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