MLB players heading toward impasse with league owners



On Monday afternoon, six weeks after MLB owners and players negotiated an agreement to handle salary for the coronavirus-suspended 2020 season, MLB owners proposed new terms. USA Today reported that in light of what owners say will be heavy financial losses from games played in empty ballparks, they would ask the players to forgo their salaries and instead split all revenue 50–50, that they would play 82 games and that they would expand the playoffs to 14 teams.

The details of the plan do not matter, agent Scott Boras told Sports Illustrated. He will urge the players association to reject the proposal.





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