Still no agreement between MLB and the players union:
MLB rejected the union’s proposal for a 114-game season and said it would not send a counter, sources tell The Athletic. The league said it has started talks with owners about playing a shorter season without fans, and that it is ready to discuss additional ideas with the union.
— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) June 3, 2020
“MLB owners and the MLBPA keep looking for the upper hand through media leaks. It’s not working as the public has zero appetite for this process. There’s no sympathy for either side. Each would be best served by staying quiet until there’s a resolution.”
Jeff Passan and others have reported on the idea of MLB coming back with a 50-game season offer, so I guess we’ll continue to patiently wait and see what happens here.