Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association have come to a tentative agreement as of Thursday (March 10) on a new collective bargaining agreement, reports ESPN’s Jeff Passan. The lockout will end and the offseason will be able to resume, according to Passan.
BREAKING: Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association have reached a tentative agreement on a new labor deal, sources tell ESPN. While it still needs to be ratified by both parties, that is expected to be a formality, and when it is:— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) March 10, 2022
Baseball is back.
The lockout began on Dec. 2, marking the MLB’s first work stoppage since the 1994-95 players strike.
The MLB previously announced that two weeks of the 2022 regular season would the canceled, but according to CBS Sports HQ’s Jim Bowden, a 162-game season will still be played. Stay with Roar for more on this developing story.