The Major League Baseball Players' Association is planning to bring forward a counterproposal to MLB for the 2020 season that will include several unique wrinkles, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
However, it's described as "outlandish" by Passan, who adds that it's likely to be rejected by MLB, just as the players rejected the league's previous proposal.
Players will reportedly ask for a 100-game season instead of 82. Additionally, they will continue to ask for their prorated 2020 salaries. Owners don't want more games this season and also continue to balk at prorating player salaries, according to Passan.