Major League Baseball and the MLBPA are continuing negotiations for a potential 2020 season.

Players reportedly were upset with the league’s recent sliding scale economic plan, and the MLBPA has responded with a plan for the season of their own. The MLBPA’s proposal would feature a 114-game schedule ending Oct. 31 with $100 million salary advance to be split between players during spring training and an opt out clause for all players due to COVID-19.