Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association continue to be at odds over player compensation. Negotiations have been contentious, and now the two sides appear to be so far off on a deal, that a July 4th start date is looking like a long-shot.
With the players union ‘resoundingly rejecting’ any additional pay cuts, a 50-60 game season could be the most likely scenario. We discuss the monumental week ahead for Major League Baseball and tell you why the owners would be wise to give in to the players.
Plus, would certain players have too much to lose in a 50-game season?
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Where do you stand, Dodgers Nation? Will a deal get done? And if it doesn’t, will you ever tune in to an MLB game again?