MLB, Players Association to hold first bargaining session of lockout

Report: MLB, Players Association to hold very first bargaining session of lockout initially appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia

Exists a light at the end of the tunnel?

For the very first time considering that the lockout started on Dec. 2, Big League Baseball and the MLB Players Association apparently strategy to hold a bargaining session this Thursday. ESPN’s Jeff Passan initially reported the news.

MLB is anticipated to make a core-economics proposition at the conference, according to Passan.

Time is going out if the sides want to continue with spring training as arranged. The very first exhibit video games are set for completion of February, while pitchers and catchers typically report to camp in early-to-mid February.

While it’s unreasonable to anticipate an offer on Thursday after the sides have not promoted over a month, it’s still motivating that they are lastly conference.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.