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MLB News: Owners Double Down On Cancelling Regular Season Games



Today is MLB’s stated deadline for a new CBA. If MLB and the MLBPA can’t agree to terms, the league has previously communicated that regular season games will be cancelled.

Apparently, the owners have communicated that they’re ready to cancel more than just the first week or two of the season. The Athletic baseball reporting triumvirate of Evan Drellich, Ken Rosenthal, and Fabian Ardaya had the scoop:

Yankees pitcher Jameson Tallion provided his perspective on the owners’ “threats”.

MLB and the MLBPA have met daily since last Monday, but to no avail. According to experts, there’s been little to no progress on key issues.

MLB and the MLBPA plan to meet again this afternoon.

Dodgers Nation will have more updates as they become available.

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  1. No doubt the vast majority of MLB owners have made less profit or in many cases have lost money, over the past 2 seasons, due to the covid epidemic. While I agree with many of the player’s union points of view, I also believe the players picked a really bad time to ask for more from the owners.