By Sam Bush
Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post reports that the Major League Baseball Players Association and Major League Baseball are still apart on nearly every issue and haven’t completely agreed on anything yet.
Major League Baseball called Sunday’s meetings productive, and while there was no outrage or negative press coming from the players side this time around, they weren’t flowing with optimism either.
The two sides plan to meet this morning — much earlier than they have the last few days — giving them extra time to strike a deal before MLB’s self-imposed deadline.
Janes notes that there is no deadline to the talks for Monday, and if the two sides are nearing a deal, they’ll push to get it done. If not, MLB has vowed to start canceling regular season games.