Ladies and gentlemen, we reportedly have a deal.
The Major League Baseball Players’ Association on Monday approved the league’s proposal from mid-January, according to USA TODAY’s Bob Nightengale.
The proposal will feature 7-inning doubleheaders and a runner starting on second base in extra innings for the second straight season, per the report.
“Both sides were in agreement on this from the get-go,” Nightengale wrote. However, there reportedly is no universal designated hitter.
The New York Post’s Joel Sherman also provided some additional details: