On the other side of the coin, former first baseman and current players' association head Tony Clark is about to find himself in the spotlight when the MLB’s collective bargaining agreement expires following the 2016 season. With players angling for a bigger piece of the revenue pie and several other changes, the chances of a work stoppage are higher than they’ve been since the 1994-95 strike/lockout. Clark has only been leading the union for a little over a year, but is suddenly finding himself in a pivotal position in the game’s history.