Following an unanimous vote by team owners, the Major League Baseball higher-ups have voted to move forward with a shortened season.
The decision to move forward, comes after the Major League Baseball Players Association voted against the MLB’s original plan of a a 60-game season, an expanded postseason and no additional salary promises in the event the season is canceled due to the coronavirus.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred has not yet announced the details of the new deal.
However, Manfred did say that the MLB has asked if players will report to training camp within seven days of July 1st and whether they can agree on a new operating manual in regards to health and safety protocols.
The players association has until 5 p.m. tonight to respond to accept the league’s plans.