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MLB season in owners' hand after players rejection

An MLB season could be imminent after the players' association rejected the owner's latest proposal without a counteroffer.

 

A statement from Major League Baseball Players Association Executive Director Tony Clark said further discussion with the owners was "futile" and now just asking for details of where and when they need to be ready. They asked for those details to be submitted by June 15th. MLB owners and players reached a deal back in March that would allow the league to set the schedule, which could be as short as 50 games.

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