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MLB players make a 70-game offer and the owners aren't happy about it

USATODAY.com Thursday, 18 June 2020
MLB players make a 70-game offer and the owners aren't happy about itBaseball's players association made a new offer on Thursday, asking for a 70-game season rather than the 60 suggest by the league in its previous offer.
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Baseball players have proposed a 70-game regular-season schedule, leaving them and the teams 10 games and about $275 million apart on plans to start the coronavirus-delayed season.

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