About 130 Major League Baseball players and Major League Baseball Players Association officials participated in a conference call Monday night to discuss MLB’s proposal to reschedule the 2020 season.
On Monday night, more than a hundred Major League Baseball players met with Tony Clark, executive director of the Players Association and Bruce Meyer, the union’s chief negotiator.
The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the 67-page proposal sent by MLB to the Union on Friday night, which contains the League protocols to start and carry out the 2020 season.RELATED
“The call lasted more than three hours and the players asked questions and offered suggestions during the call,” reported the New York Post. Representations of the 30 major league teams participated in this.
The document delivered by MLB contemplated the protocols to be followed in the different scenarios in which the season will take place, such as the trips of the players, the Spring Training, the facilities in which they will play and the health measures they will take in the event that some player is infected with the virus.