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Players’ union sends counteroffer to MLB proposing a 114-game season to avoid further pay cuts

Jun 01, 2020 - New York Daily News

The negotiations to try and restart baseball after an 11-week shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic have slowed down as the players and owners try to negotiate the tricky financial issues of a season that is likely to be played without fans in the ballparks. The owners, who claim they will lose $640,000 per game without the revenue from tickets, parking and concessions, had suggested a sliding scale for paying players over an 82-game season. Their proposal would have the top players in the ga...