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MLB Negotiations Drag On…and on

The NBA has a plan approved to return to play. The NHL has a plan approved to return to play. The MLB… well the negotiations continue on. After the MLB Players Association flatly rejected the owners bid for a 60-game season earlier this week, there is a growing fear that …

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MLB still at a standstill on when to start the season

It feels like a lifetime ago since there was baseball on our screens. Well that’s because the last game of the MLB season was in October of 2019. Opening Day was scheduled for March, but due to the outbreak of coronavirus, the season was postponed. Nearly three months have passed …

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MLBPA proposes 89-game season

The negotiation carousel continues as the MLBPA proposed an 89-game season on Tuesday that includes full prorated salaries. Other specifics of the deal This proposal from the MLBPA will include 16 playoff teams, eight from each league, with a season start date of July 11. In addition, individuals who are …

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MLB players offer new proposal for a return to baseball in 2020

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First, the MLB offered up its proposal for the 2020 season. Then, the players fired back. On Sunday, the Major League Baseball Players Association countered the league’s proposal with one of its own. Details of new proposal There are several differences between the two proposals. For example, the union’s proposal …

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