The Milwaukee Brewers could be playing 76 games this season if the players approve the latest proposal from Major League Baseball.
ESPN's Jeff Passan is reporting the latest proposal is up 26 games from their last offer, but offers 25 percent less money of their previously agreed to prorated salaries. There would also be no draft-pick compensation for free agents signed away this winter, a plan that hopes to loosen up the market this winter. The two sides have been volleying proposals to get back to action for the last several weeks. MLB has the power to play the final hand however, which would give the players their full-prorated salaries for around 50 games before the playoffs.