I should have been more clear about that. Major League Baseball has a thick blue spiral bound binder called the "Rules of Professional Baseball." PART of the book contains rules of how to play the game (for umpires etc), and you see that on this site. But the rest of the book contains the rules of waivers, roster management, territories for major league clubs, etc. Some people who work for, or have worked for major league clubs, and I've read through it and taken notes on occassion.
THIS is what I want to be made public.
This is different from the collective bargaining agreement, which is an agreement made with the union. The "Rules of Professional baseball" say something like, 'nothing contained in here supercedes the contents of the collective bargaining agreement.' Basic labor law supports this. Anything agreed upon with a union supercedes any rule made unilaterally by management.
The CBA can be found online, but not thru MLB - through people sharing their own copies.