As the MLB offseason heats up, Alex and Joey discuss the Nolan Arenado trade, MLB’s 154-game proposal, and the past week’s roster moves.
“It’s time to pop some popcorn, cook a hot dog, and play ball.”
MLB owners have unanimously voted to implement a 2020 season with Spring Training 2.0 beginning on July 1.
When it comes to the return of sports the NBA, NHL, and MLS are set to resume their seasons in July. The NFL is still planning on starting its season on time despite a warning from Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Another proposal has been exchanged. This time, the MLBPA sent an intriguing offer to MLB that includes 70 games and full pro-rated pay.
After a month-long stalemate regarding the beginning of the season, Major League Baseball is finally submitting a proposal to the MLBPA that might just get a deal done.
MLBPA proposes an 89-game season.
Alex Jordan has the details of the latest proposal here:
Major League Baseball has proposed a new deal in hopes of salvaging the 2020 season.
Major League Baseball rejected the players’ proposal for the 2020 season on Wednesday and doesn’t plan on making a counterproposal, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.
MLB and the MLBPA continue to negotiate in hopes of resuming the 2020 MLB season.