Major League Baseball Players Association executive director Tony Clark shed some more light on Friday's deal with the league that addresses issues the 2020 season may face due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Clark said the luxury tax won't be enforced if the season is canceled. It remains unclear whether tax thresholds would reset following a canceled season.

Additionally, Clark said both sides are open to the idea of increasing roster sizes during a shortened 2020 season, according to Evan Drellich of The Athletic.

Players are united in their desire to play as close to a 162-game schedule as possible, Clark added. That includes possibly playing the All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium as scheduled.