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Latest negotiations between MLB, MLBPA

While the standstill between the league and the Players Association continues, Jon Heyman of MLB Network Tweets that the 30 team owners remain “steadfast” to end the season by November 1st. Diamondbacks owner Ken Kendrick expressed his position earlier this week that the owner’s model of not playing games in November “will never be changed”. Dave St. Peter, president, CEO …

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MLB players offer a season with 114 games, no more $ cuts

Major league baseball players ignored the clubs’ claims that they would need to cut their salaries further, instead suggesting that they receive a much higher percentage of salaries and commit to a longer schedule as part of a counter-offer to delay the season Coronavirus to start. Players proposed a regular season with 114 games on Sunday, compared to 82 on …

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MLB owners send a plan to MLBPA that includes a staggering of wages

SHUT DOWN SportsPulse: Mackenzie Salmon spoke to former NBPA executive director Charles Grantham about the possible obstacles MLB and its players could face if they try to return to action. USA TODAY PHOENIX – Major League Baseball dropped a revenue sharing plan and instead introduced a staggering of compensation for the Major League Baseball Players Association on Tuesday afternoon. It …

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Yasiel Puig makes headlines about 15 freelance agents who could take on universal DH roles for NL teams during the 2020 MLB season

While many, if not all, major league baseball organizations have been forced to cut costs due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, some clubs may need to fill a new executive position in 2020. to see that the universally designated batsman rule is expected to be implemented in both leagues in 2020. In the 144 years of the …

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