MLB two questions away from season

The long winding road for the Milwaukee Brewers to Miller Park may be ending soon.


The MLBPA rejected the latest offer from MLB owners 33-5, which would have paid players a fully prorated salary for 60 games and instituted an expanded playoff schedule and implemented a universal designated hitter rule. Instead, ESPN's Jeff Passan and Jesse Rogers reported Monday night that MLB commissioner will likely still institute the 60 game season without the additional rule changes minus the DH rule . If the two sides can agree to health protocols, players could report to their home ballparks by July 1st with games beginning July 26th.

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