It's no secret that the game of baseball is in danger of being forgotten. Falling attendance, falling ratings. It's all culminating to a perfect storm of being left in the dust. The coronavirus hasn't made things better, leaving baseball without two full months of a full season.
Even sports writers are worried there won't be a season. With MLBPA pushing back against possible pay cuts and wanting a longer season, it seems that there will no baseball this year with each passing day.
What's worse is that the current CBA runs through 2021. If the owners and MLBPA can't agree to a shortened season, what makes you think they'll agree to a new bargaining agreement? There are also many underlying issues involving the arbitration system and the luxury tax that will be magnified when negotiations resume.
Also, imagine if MLB has two of three years without a full season, or even a season. This will hurt attendance even more along with the television deals that all teams have. That will be something that baseball will never be able to recover from.
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