Wednesday, May 18 2022

SNY Baseball Insider Andy Martino says up until now, talks between the MLB Players Association and ownership had been without much fanfare. The request by the owners to involve a federal mediator changed all of that. The players rejected the motion out of hand and much like 2020, when there was bad blood between both sides on resuming play during the pandemic, a similar acrimony has now returned to the negotiations, virtually guaranteeing a delay to the 2022 MLB season.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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