The union is weighing its response to MLB’s opening proposal sent Tuesday, which called for a second round of cuts to player salaries.

On Wednesday, South Korea recorded its highest number of new coronavirus cases in nearly eight weeks.

In a social media post late Wednesday night, Scherzer, a member of the union’s executive board, wrote that players had “no reason to engage with MLB” over pay cuts.


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Pay cuts and a reduction in hours will run through the end of the annual contract for members of the baseball operations and business staffs.

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Time is very much a factor now, with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic permitting only a fraught and narrow path to a truncated, fan-less baseball season this summer.

The Athletics also instituted a number of significant furloughs and pay cuts among its staff.

In a virtual meeting that lasted about two hours, MLB’s negotiating team presented its union counterparts with its opening economic proposal.

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On the other side of Memorial Day, baseball will reach what should been the two-month mark of a six-month, 162-game regular season. Instead, teams and fans are still awaiting the start of the season.

The union’s response to MLB was described as “wide-ranging,” with questions, suggestions and requests for clarification on some issues.

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Noelia Brazoban reportedly was awaiting surgery for a broken ankle.

The former major league player and manager spent about five days in the intensive care unit.

The document — dubbed the “2020 Operations Manual” — provides carefully detailed plans that consider nearly every interaction in the sport.

The sport, despite its efforts, is materially no closer to getting back on the field.

The MLB commissioner said that a positive test for a player would not necessarily force his entire team into quarantine.

Playing shortstop isn't mining coal, but everyone deserves to be safe at work.

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Bickering between MLB owners and players is a sideshow. The coronavirus is baseball's biggest issue.

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