MLB season gets fresh breath

From 100 percent confident to in doubt, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and the MLBPA has taken fans and players of the Milwaukee Brewers for quite the ride over the last seven days.


There was renewed hope for a season after Manfred and MLBPA President Tony Clark met for what was called productive sessions on Wednesday. According to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, Players would play 60 games in 70 days and receive full pro-rated pay. The owners would get their wish for an expanded playoff this season and 2021 and not have to worry about the union filing a grievance over the negotiating process that players have called out several times over the last few weeks. MLBPA tweeted out Wednesday that this does not mean there is an agreement, but Manfred and the two sides have something to work off of moving forward.

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