Baseball players say talks futile, tell MLB to order return
NEW YORK (AP) — Baseball players told Major League Baseball additional talks to start the season during the coronavirus pandemic are futile and said owners should order a return to work, which likely would spark lengthy litigation and the sport’s return to labor wars.
The union’s action could lead to a season of about 50 games rather than the 82 initially proposed by MLB.
The Major League Baseball Players Association could respond by filing a grievance that would be heard by arbitrator Mark Irvings.
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