The MLB Players Association is planning on sending its proposal to start the 2020 season to the league by the end of this week, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan. While health and safety plans continue to be worked up, the union appears to be drawing a firm line in the sand on the issue of players taking additional salary cuts.

Passan reports that the MLBPA intends to include its financial terms in its proposal, and that the players "do not plan to make any salary concessions." His report comes on the heels of a statement from Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer, who tweeted that there was "no reason to engage with MLB" further on salary reductions, and that other players have voiced similar opinions.