The Major League Baseball Players Association has rejected the league's latest plan to start operations suspend by Covid-19, the union confirmed in a statement.
The MLB Players Association's executive board voted against the league's latest proposal to start the 2020 season, which included a 60-game regular-season campaign
The overwhelming vote leaves everything up to Rob Manfred.
The distance between 60 and 70, apparently, is a world apart in the twisted universe of Major League Baseball. The MLB Players Association announced Friday night that it received word from its partners/enemies on the other side of the aisle that there would be no more going back and forth on the amount of regular-season
Any hopes that Major League Baseball and the Players Association would come to deal to start the season this week came to a complete standstill Friday night after the MLBPA announced that the league would not consider any more offers about the number of regular season games.
Major League Baseball officially presented another economic plan to players' union, as it hopes to resume its operations suspended by Covid-19.
Major League Baseball players told the league additional talks to start the season during the coronavirus pandemic are pointless and said owners should order a return to work, which likely would spark lengthy litigation and the sport’s return to labor wars.
MLB players are planning to vote Sunday on the league's latest proposal of a 60-game regular season with an expanded postseason, according to ESPN's Jesse Rogers