MLB Rumors: Here’s Timeline Of Season Should League, MLBPA Strike Deal


June 17, 2020

Under normal circumstances we’d be about a month away from the Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

But 2020 has provided anything but.

Both MLB and the MLB Players’ Association have been at odds over how to begin the shortened season. The one date we’ve continuously heard is Sept. 27 — which is when the regular season would end.

Commissioner Rob Manfred met with executive director Tony Clark on Tuesday night in Arizona where the duo came up with “a jointly developed framework” that could be used to form an agreement of some sort.

Let’s say a deal gets done by Friday, which USA TODAY’s Bob Nightengale reported both sides are hopeful for the weekend, what will the timeline look like for players to get back to spring training before starting regular season games?

Nightengale laid it all out, with “Spring Training 2.0” beginning by June 29.

Check it all out:

Of course, this all depends on whether MLB and the MLBPA can reach an agreement both are happy with.

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