Owners, MLBPA hope for June start

You could be watching the Milwaukee Brewers on TV by June if the MLB owners and players get their way.


According to ESPN's Jeff Passan, the two sides have agreed to a deal that could have them playing games in front of no fans to start after a second spring training occurs. Doubleheaders and neutral site playoff games in November could allow the league to play more games than originally thought. MLB players will still get a full year of service time, which is a big deal in terms of who goes to free agency and arbitration before next season.

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