WASHINGTON -- Major League Baseball and the Players Association have closed the gap in the collection system that led to Brewers left-fielder Ryan Braun's suspension being overturned under the sport's Joint Drug Agreement, according to key officials with the league and the union.

"We made some immediate changes in the wake of the Braun decision and are discussing further adjustments," Rob Manfred, MLB's executive vice president of labor relations and human resources, said on Wednesday.
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