GROUNDHOG DAY: MLB WANTS MEDIATOR, UNION SAYS NO WAY!

By Sam Bush

ESPN’s Jesse Rogers reports that MLB again asked for a third-party mediator in the ongoing CBA negotiations with the MLBPA.

And the union again rejected that idea, preferring to move forward with the direct in-person talks that have been taking place this week in Jupiter, Florida.

The owners reportedly blew off the MLBPA’s latest proposal from Tuesday’s session, which included a few different concessions but increased asks in other areas.

MLB has publicly suggested that a new collective bargaining agreement must be in place by February 28 for the 2022 regular season to begin on time.

The two sides plan to continue meeting every day.

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