Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association have come to terms on a new contract that will allow a full 162-game schedule
After what seemed like optimism on Monday night, MLB presented the MLB PA a “final offer”, which was rejected.
Major League Baseball announced that all Spring Training games scheduled prior to March 5 will not take place.
For what was called by some to be the “most important” meeting between MLB and the MLBPA Saturday, the sides appear far apart after a short meeting.
While the standoff between Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association is not over, there is renewed optimism that the 2022 season will start on time
Major League Baseball and Major League Baseball Players Association are set to meet to begin negotiations for a new contract.
According to Jeff Passan of ESPN, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred is suggesting that MLB could be shut down without player compliance
MLB and the MLB Players Association have agreed to play baseball in 2020, albeit in a much different way than other seasons
MLB is awaiting a response from the MLBPA about safety protocols, at which point MLB likely will impose a 60-game season
According to Jon Heyman of MLB Network, Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association are close to a deal that will resume Major League Baseball.
Geoff Mosher, Frank Klose, and Hunter Brody were joined by Scott Lauber of the Philadelphia Inquirer to break down this awful dilemma baseball is in. Can the owners and union figure this mess out?!
After the MLB Players Association indicated that they were willing to play whenever MLB implemented a season, MLB walked back some of their positions
The latest proposal from MLB Players Association includes 89 games with full pro-rated pay.