MLBPA releases statement on latest negotiations with MLB

MLBPA releases statement on latest negotiations with MLB


by - Senior Editor -

Major League Baseball officially informed the MLBPA on Friday that they would not be submitting a counter to the union's proposal of a 70-game offer for the 2020 season.

MLBPA released the following statement on Friday as both sides are trying to figure out their next steps towards a possible season.

"MLB has informed the Association that it will not respond to our last proposal and will not play more than 60 games. Our Executive Board will convene in the near future to determine next steps. Importantly, Players remain committed to getting back to work as soon as possible."

Both sides need to get it together for the future of the game of baseball.

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