NO MLB DEAL BY TONIGHT AND ANOTHER WEEK OF GAMES GO AWAY!

By Sam Bush

ESPN’s Jeff Passan is reporting that Major League Baseball plans to cancel another week of regular-season games if it can’t agree to a new collective bargaining agreement with the MLB Players Association by tonight.

The urgency to strike a labor deal ratcheted up Monday as the league suggested that tonight was the deadline for a 162-game season and for the players to receive full pay and full service time.

The union has held firm, even after MLB canceled the first week of the season, that 162 games of pay and service time are central to any deal struck, and it has threatened to withhold expanded playoffs without them.

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