14 things to watch for in 2014, a season of change for baseball

On April 2, 1995, at a meeting in Chicago chaired by then-acting commissioner Bud Selig, baseball owners backed down. They voted to accept an offer from the players association to return to work from a 232-day strike, rather than issuing a lockout in defiance of an injunction issued two days earlier by future Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor. Since that day the game has enjoyed a record run of uninterrupted labor peace.

Source: Sports Illustrated