Major League Baseball is expected to present economic proposals to the players’ association on Tuesday, according to some reports, with the potential of an 82-match season depending on balance.
While reports indicate that the owner prefers a 50-50 share of income for the 2020 season, players seem to prefer to get a salary that is based on the game being played.
Blake Snell from Tampa Bay Light, Nolan Arenado from Colorado Rockies and Bryce Harper from A citizen of Washington does not support salary reduction below what has been negotiated in the existing contract. “data-reactid =” 27 “> Players like Blake Snell from Tampa Bay Light, Nolan Arenado from Colorado Rockies and Bryce Harper from A citizen of Washington does not support salary reduction below what has been negotiated in the existing contract.
Without fans in the stands at least for the shortened start of the season, revenue for the team is expected to get a hit. Teams could lose up to $ 600,000 per home game played this season, according to MLB, according to an Associated Press report.
Reports indicate that MLB can resume spring training in June, perhaps with each team working in the ballpark before the season is delayed. The short season will start in early July and is followed by an expanded playoff field.
MLB sent a long operation manual to the union on Friday as a unique 2020 season approach. Among the details are plans for a coronavirus testing program, a strategy for social distance and a ban on tobacco, spitting and sunflower seeds.
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