It’s been a slow day for news in terms of the lockout. What we do know, though, is that no new meeting has been scheduled between MLB and MLBPA after Saturday’s meeting between the two parties.
Jon Heyman reports that the biggest remaining issues surround the luxury tax threshold and penalties.
Spring was supposed to begin now but MLB and its players remain apart on key issues and no new meeting has even been set up since MLB made offer Saturday. Biggest sticking point: luxury tax threshold/penalties. The good news: Still 2 weeks before regular games would be impacted https://t.co/0DxR7DGDrI— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) February 15, 2022
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