The Major League Baseball Players Association has rejected the league’s most recent proposal to restart the season and has no intention to submit a counter offer.
On Friday, MLB submitted its latest proposal, which included a 72-game season that would kick off on July 14 with 70% prorated salaries for the regular season and 80% following the completion of the postseason.
With the players and owners having failed to reach an agreement, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred now has the power to initiate the 2020 season. We discuss Manfred’s next move and the many reasons why he’s failed as MLB commissioner. Plus, Dodgers’ players express excitement about a return to action.
After the bickering got even worse on Monday, where do you stand, Dodgers Nation? Sound off in the comments below. How do you feel about Rob Manfred and how does this change your baseball fandom?