I said it earlier this week, and I'll say it again: This is a non-starter for the owners. The only way the owners are agreeing to anything is if they feel there's a reasonable way to get through the playoffs. The playoffs starting in November ain't it.
The MLBPA delivered a proposal to MLB on Sunday afternoon, a source familiar with it tells ESPN. It includes 114-game season that would end October 31, the right to opt out of the season for all players and potential deferral of salaries if 2020 the postseason were canceled.
RT @SenSanders: The richest 400 Americans sit on $3 trillion—the size of the entire UK economy. The billionaire class now pays a lower tax rate than people living paycheck to paycheck. The looting of America has been going on for over 40 years—and the culprits are the ultra-rich.
RT @alex_burness: You can feel a change in the air when cops show up. Everything’s peaceful at the Capitol right now and a SWAT vehicle just rolled by blaring a siren — it turned and went away from the area, but it was quiet and tense for a second there.
151 years ago today, just three-quarters of a mile east of where the @Reds’ Great American Ball Park stands today, the Cincinnati Red Stockings embarked on an epic 20-game, month-long, 1,821-mile roadtrip. https://t.co/FDDBn386Ep
RT @classicMLBvids: 7/30/85 - Cincinnati starter Mario Soto goes the distance and outduels Nolan Ryan in the Reds 4-1 victory over the Astros. Greg Gumbel brings us the highlights. #MLB #baseball #sports #Cincinnati #Ohio #Reds #Red #Houston #Astros #ForTheH #ESPN #SportsCenter https://t.co/JpbBHzLR9R