While the MLBPA and MLB negotiate over MLB's proposed plan, Friday saw two different alternate plans floated to the world - from a player and a writer.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred stated on CNN on Thursday night that the owners could lose $4,000,000,000 if no season is played in 2020.
Major League Baseball has laid out some protocols to try to protect players and staff, and several players sound off on MLB's proposed pay reduction.
Trevor Bauer and Derek Dietrich met up in the desert for a showdown between Cincinnati Reds pitcher and Cincinnati Reds slugger.
A lot of talk between Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association is about money, but it's not just the money, either.
While there are many things revolving around money that are being discussed with the players, it's far more than just that to get baseball back in 2020.
A propsoed plan from the owners to share in 2020 revenues is essentially a no-go for the players association after hearing of the plan.
With MLB set to send a proposal to the MLBPA this week, will the deal allow players to opt out of playing in 2020 on an individual basis for safety concerns
A report from Jon Heyman notes that early July for a return by Major League Baseball would be a best case scenario and provides details of a plan for MLB.
Eric Davis is one of the most exciting players to ever don a Cincinnati Reds uniform. And for one magical stretch in the 80's, he was the best player alive.