MLB 2020 season negotiations: League’s new economic proposal leaves union ‘disappointed,’ reports say

Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association (MLBPA) are now in their third week of negotiations concerning the possibility of playing a condensed 2020 season around the spread of COVID-19. While league insiders have expressed optimism to CBS Sports in recent days about the chances for an agreement being Read more

MLB 2020 season update: Where things stand with owners set to make new economic proposal to players

Major League Baseball and the Players Association are deep in negotiations surrounding a return-to-play plan for the 2020 season. MLB was supposed to have Opening Day in March, but the spread of COVID-19 forced the league to suspend operations in the middle of spring training. Now the two sides are Read more

MLB 2020 season update: Where things stand as owners set to make new economic proposal to players

Major League Baseball and the Players Association are in the second week of negotiations surrounding a return-to-play plan for the 2020 season. MLB was supposed to have Opening Day in March, but the spread of COVID-19 forced the league to suspend operations in the middle of spring training. Now the Read more

Playoff expansion is unlikely and not a quick fix as college football faces economic uncertainty

In times of financial strife, college athletics has always responded by expanding its postseasons. After all, more games equals more money, right? Just this century, annual bowl games have grown from 25 to 40. The NCAA Tournament expanded from 32 teams to 68 over the last 42 years. College basketball Read more