MLBPA to Present Owners With Counter-Offer During Monday’s Meeting
Major League Baseball and the Players’ Association are set to meet again on Monday for the second time since the lockout on Dec. 2. The first meeting took place on Jan. 13 and ended with the MLBPA unenthusiastic about the offer. Monday’s in-person bargaining meeting may not conclude with a deal — it’s doubtful — but it’s a sign of progress as spring training nears. Here’s what was included in the MLB’s initial offer earlier this month:
MLB Owners Initial Offer
The MLBPA has repeatedly asked for more money to go towards younger players since the majority end up out of the league before hitting free agency to secure long-term deals.
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