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12 hours ago, rmc523 said:

Point being, maybe they'll realize this absolute hardline stance (on both sides) is damaging to the sport.

I think he was the lead negotiator for MLB.  Which is why it makes even less sense that they aren't actually negotiationg.

Yeah Samson was saying yesterday that Jerry Reinsdorf wanted someone that would take a harder stance against the players than what Manfred was supposed to take when the elections were happening. I wonder what the harder stance to this would have been.

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2 hours ago, AeroFishOne said:

Yeah Samson was saying yesterday that Jerry Reinsdorf wanted someone that would take a harder stance against the players than what Manfred was supposed to take when the elections were happening. I wonder what the harder stance to this would have been.

Said Jerry Reinsdorf for 40 fucking years.

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I'm down for any form of a season at this point. As a Marlins fan I selfishly just think a lot of our key players need some game action and losing an entire year would be such a problem. Guys like Sixto and Monte, even Brinson, they just need to get real game action sooner rather than later so that hopefully everyone stays on the right track heading into 2021. 

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Finally getting rid of the pitching hitting.  Bout fucking time.

Don't need to see anymore pitchers looking like shit at the plate and killing rally after rally.

 

National League being the only fucking league around with the pitcher hitting has been all kind of fun.

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Ken Rosenthal and Evan Drellich of The Athletic report that the MLBPA disagrees with MLB's assertion that commissioner Rob Manfred and union chief Tony Clark agreed to the framework of a deal in their meeting Tuesday.

The report states that the MLBPA "is adamant that no deal was reached," with Clark informing Manfred that the proposal of a 60-game season was not long enough. Rosenthal and Drellich also write that "both sides were exasperated by the latest turn of events, which threatened to unravel what appeared to be significant progress." It's hard to believe that this would all fall apart given the progress that seemed to be evident, but negotiations between the two sides have been frustrating overall, to say the least, so anything is possible.

 

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