Wow. It certainly sounds like the Major League Baseball Players Association has had enough of the back-and-forth when it comes to agreeing to terms for a 2020 season.
According to MLB insider Jeff Passan, the MLBPA has sent a letter to Major League Baseball, rejecting the latest proposal and saying they will not make a counter-offer. Instead, the MLBPA is demanding that Major League Baseball informs the players of their plans by the close of business on Monday, June 15.
In the letter, the MLBPA asks MLB to inform them how many games they intend to play and when the players should report.
The Major League Baseball Players Association has rejected MLB's latest proposal and will not counter, sources tell ESPN. In a letter to the league, the union asked MLB to inform it of how many games it intends to play and when players should report.
— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) June 13, 2020
Nation, how do you think this all plays out?