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  • Preparing for the shortest MLB Draft ever, the #Nats, like every other team, will have to adjust. https://t.co/r1rtGHoxOb
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  • For instance, if MLB does impose a short 40-50 game season, which would benefit owners, belief is strong players would not agree to the expanded postseadon, which also benefits owners.
    MLB and union are pretty much in agreement on a couple things: expanded playoffs and universal DH. And they are close to agreeing on the all-important health protocols. Of course if MLB imposes a very short season — 40-50 games — all bets are off on anything and everything else.
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  • RT @JesseRogersESPN: Sources: MLB rejects 114-game plan, no counter https://t.co/5A7n0tZUDh
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  • MLB and union are pretty much in agreement on a couple things: expanded playoffs and universal DH. And they are close to agreeing on the all-important health protocols. Of course if MLB imposes a very short season — 40-50 games — all bets are off on anything and everything else.
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  • The decision by the NHRA to not hold the Sonoma Nationals means the Sonoma Raceway will be without any of the three marquee events it used to host every summer, reports @MikeLerseth. https://t.co/VPkCGYB2Pd
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  • There’s more pessimism today w/rejection of union offer, but smart folks still believe things will be worked out. While it hasn’t been offered, belief here is players might do 82 games at full pay. And owners would come up from 40% paycut offered. Would 20% cut and 90 games work?
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  • MLB absolutely will not go for 114 games or close to that as there’s concern for a 2nd wave and the postseason is a necessity for them (and fans). MLB brass also doesn’t see the offer of small deferrals as worth much in the grand scheme of big $ losses.
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  • RT @DevlinBarrett: The metro staff of the Washington Post has done just incredible work over the last week. Too many to name but they're a tremendous mix of crafty veterans and sharp youngsters doing smart, smart work that cuts through so much bs. And they are still doing it.
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  • MLB declined union’s counteroffer at full pay for 114 games, and declined to counter. MLB suggested it would consider imposing a short season — 40-50 games or so — but prefers to keep trying to negotiate. The mandating of a very short season could incite a war. @Ken_Rosenthal 1st
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  • RT @Buster_ESPN: Some ideas on how sports could help in an enduring fight against racism: https://t.co/IsNVzWl6Gp @MLB
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  • RT @AdamKilgoreWP: I can't fathom how infuriating this sentiment must be for NFL players who protested during the anthem. It hijacks their message. It also attempts to rob them of their agency. They've said clearly what they mean, and Brees is misrepresenting them. https://t.co/oT3ZgkjTy1
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  • As the NBA and NHL work toward plans to resume their respective seasons, MLB is still at the drawing board with the players union. https://t.co/v258NoBrrx
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  • I can't fathom how infuriating this sentiment must be for NFL players who protested during the anthem. It hijacks their message. It also attempts to rob them of their agency. They've said clearly what they mean, and Brees is misrepresenting them.
    Highlight: @readdanwrite asks @drewbrees what the star NFL quarterback thinks about "players kneeling again when the NFL season starts." @drewbrees: “I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country.” Full exchange: https://t.co/MpCkFyOMed
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  • Some ideas on how sports could help in an enduring fight against racism: https://t.co/IsNVzWl6Gp @MLB
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