Monday, June 1, 2020
MLBPA Proposal Seen As Progress, But Still Tough Sell For Owners
The union's proposal adopts the compensation agreement the two sides made in March for players to get full prorated portions of their salaries based on games played.
Sources: MLS Done Negotiating As MLSPA Submits Latest Offer
A source called MLS' threat "'a disingenuous act,' especially given how much the MLSPA membership has offered."
Sources: NBA BOG To Vote On Disney Return-To-Play Plan Thursday
The league is "still digging down on details of what that would look like, and they’re going to spend this week finalizing the structure and format of a return to play."
NHL Plans To Test Players Daily When Season Resumes
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman estimated that 25,000-35,000 tests "will be needed to get through the playoffs."
Allaster Affirms USTA Committed To Original U.S. Open Dates
USTA Chief Revenue Officer Lew Sherr said it is “less and less likely” spectators would be at the U.S. Open this year.
D-Backs Furlough Or Eliminate More Than 25% Of Employees
The club also "cut loose 64 minor leaguers in the past two weeks, moves that portend the reality that there likely will be no minor league season this year."
MLB Looks To Add Sponsor Inventory Via On-Field Signage
Some teams are pushing for "more physical signage," as virtual inventory "means whichever network is televising the game would control much, if not all, of it."