They schedule a face-to-face meeting with the Players Association

With the aim of resuming talks to end the employer break, the Major League Baseball (MLB for its acronym in English), and the Players Association (MLBPA), agreed to meet this Monday, January 24, in person, according to the article published by Mark Feinsand of

Last week, these organizations held a meeting virtually via Zoom, however, now they preferred to continue face-to-face negotiations in New York.

During the meeting a few days ago, the MLB made several proposals to the Players Association, and at the next face-to-face meeting the MLBPA is expected to make a counteroffer.

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Main topics

Among the strong points that are being discussed in the aforementioned talks, they have been more than anything economic issues, such as the significant salary increase to players with more than 2 years of service, and that the best players see their remuneration in relation to their performance shown.

Another topic that has been discussed is the well-known mservice time handling, which is looking to finish, and that the teams do everything in their power so that the main prospects are included in the opening days.

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It was on Thursday of last week, when for the first time since December 2 of last year that the employer’s break began, economic issues were discussed between both associations.

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