Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Sources: MLB Discussing Shorter Season With Full Prorated Salaries
A shortened schedule "would run contrast to what the players sought in the proposal sent to the league Sunday."
Force Majeure Related To Attendance A Key Sticking Point On MLS Talks
MLS is reportedly revising its current proposal and giving the MLSPA until tomorrow at noon ET to accept, with a potential lockout on the horizon.
NBA Coaches Form Committee To Combat Racial Injustice
The NBCA issued a statement yesterday "condemning systemic racism and vowing to work toward ways to enact change in NBA communities."
Dolan Defends Knicks' Lack Of Public Statement On George Floyd
Knicks Owner James Dolan: "I want you to understand our internal position. ... We at Madison Square Garden stand by our values of a respectful and peaceful workplace."
NBA Teams Not Included In Orlando Plan Worried About Long Layoff
Some teams “rebuilding with young players” are worried about on-court issues, while other franchises "want to stay in the consciousness" of their market.
Pac-12 Commish: Student-Athletes To Get COVID-19, Antibody Tests
The conference had previously not made its plans public as it approaches a "voluntary June 15 date allowing its 12 institutions to return to voluntary workouts."
Phillies Start Making Salary Cuts To Offset Projected $100M In Losses
While the highest-paid employees "will receive the most substantial reductions," employees who make less than $90,000 "won't have their salaries reduced."