Shocker! – Players Union Will Reportedly Reject MLB’s Latest Proposal

Is grass green? Is the sky blue? Have the millionaires and billionaires reached another stalemate?

Bob Nightengale at USA Today:

The owners proposed a 72-game season with 83 percent prorated pay, according to Jon Heyman and others. This comes five days after players rejected a proposal of 76 games and 75 percent prorated pay. They were looking for 89 games with fully prorated salaries.

In more simple terms, we’re absolutely nowhere and have achieved pretty much nothing. Players basically laughed off this one, players like Pittsburgh’s Trevor Williams:

And Andrew McCutchen responded with three letters:

Welp.

It would seem as though we remain at an impasse. We’ll be watching basketball, hockey, and soccer while MLB and the players continue laugh at each other (as people lose interest).

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7 Responses

    1. They’re too stupid to realize that most of the owners will financially benefit from there being no season at all

  1. yo kevy when are you going to explain those r@cist P.U.T.O. remarks that got you booted by channel 3??????? says:

    yo kevy
    when are you going to explain those r@cist P.U.T.O. remarks that got you booted by channel 3?

  2. Mlb players stupidity is infinite. Owners will be fine. Harper is the punchable face of the players union. Great investment .

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