If you think the Major League Baseball season needs to be shortened, then you might get your wish soon. Or not.

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and MLB Players’ Association director Tony Clark spoke to USA Today’s Bob Nightengale before Tuesday’s All-Star Game in Cincinnati and said the league would definitely consider a 154-game schedule. The topic would be brought up when negotiating the next collective bargaining agreement after the current one expires in December 2016.

“In looking back from the time I played, to now that I’m watching what these guys are doing, I don’t know how they do it,” Clark told Nightengale. “What these guys are being asked to do with respect to games’ start times, with respect to the travel distances themselves, with respect to performing at an elite level with three days off a month, is a challenge.

“I think that’s why as we continue to move forward here, and guys continue to be asked to do more and more, it’s something that we have to look at significantly.”