In what seems to be a never-ending back and forth between the MLB owners and the players association, the owners have made another proposal on how to play the 2020 season.
ESPN's Karl Ravech was the first with the news this morning. He reported that the proposal includes:
There have now been multiple proposals on the table with a wide range of options, but the two sides don't seem to have made much progress. Ravech added that this proposal is a "significant move towards players demands and effort to play more."
For a full rundown of how the negotiations have played out thus far, check out this story from CBS Sports.
While this could signal that the two sides are getting closer to a deal, the general consensus from fans on Twitter - and I know Twitter doesn't always reflect reality, but it's helpful at times - is that there won't be a season in 2020.
MLB Network insider Jon Heyman reported that the players are not thrilled with the proposal, so we could be hanging in for a few more days, or weeks, until a deal gets done.
Matthew Atkins, Journalist and Baseball fan.