Official details of the agreement between Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association that pave the way for a shortened 2020 season to be played if and when the coronavirus pandemic ends have been revealed. 

Per ESPN's Jeff Passan, this season won't begin until there are no bans against mass gatherings that would limit the number of fans in the stands, no travel restrictions are in place, and medical experts deem it safe to play games without posing a health risk to teams or fans. 

Passan did note one caveat agreed upon by the MLBPA is that games at neutral sites will be considered, and consideration will be given to the feasibility of playing in empty stadiums.