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Players And MLB Agree To Terms In Case Coronavirus Cancels Entire Baseball Season

Added 03-27-20 10:07:02pm EST - “On Friday, players and the Major League Baseball owners ratified a deal fairly quickly and with both sides taking concessions on economic issues in the face of the pandemic complicating the season.” - Npr.org

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Npr.org: “Players And MLB Agree To Terms In Case Coronavirus Cancels Entire Baseball Season”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

The closest fans can get to Major League Baseball during the coronavirus hiatus — a statue outside Great American Ball Park yesterday in Cincinnati. USA Today Sports via Reuters hide caption

The closest fans can get to Major League Baseball during the coronavirus hiatus — a statue outside Great American Ball Park yesterday in Cincinnati.

Another possibility forced by the coronavirus outbreak is that the baseball season will move down the calendar.

On Friday, players and the Major League Baseball owners ratified a deal fairly quickly and with both sides taking concessions on economic issues in the face of the pandemic complicating and possibly axing this year's season.

Under the agreement, players will be paid $170 million in salary in advance over the next two months, according to multiple reports.

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