I am aware that some members of Congress are considering introducing legislation to create federally mandated drug-testing in professional sportsCongress may legislate sports drug-testing Feb 27, 2008
China is a leader in international sport, and we know from the enthusiasm and talent the Chinese team displayed in the World Baseball Classic that China may soon become a force to be reckoned with in baseball, tooDodgers, Padres will play in China Jan 24, 2008
We cannot change, but we can learn from the pastFehr: Action could have come sooner Jan 15, 2008
We are pleased to have been able to reach an agreement on this matterIn Sports from United Press International May 02, 2003
We are pleased to have been able to reach an agreement on this matterAll-Star Game tied to home-field advantage May 01, 2003
Donald M. Fehr (born July 18, 1948) was the executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association from 1986-2009. Currently he is the executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association.
Fehr was raised in Prairie Village, Kansas. He graduated from Indiana University and was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. Fehr received his law degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law.
As a young lawyer Fehr assisted the MLBPA in the Andy Messersmith and Dave McNally arbitration case (later known as the Seitz decision). In 1977, Marvin Miller hired Fehr as the Players Association general counsel.