MLB Officially Postponing 2022 Opening Day, First Two Weeks of Games

Written by Nate

After long, grueling talks between the league representatives and players’ union, Major League Baseball is officially postponing their Opening Day and also cancelled their first couple weeks of games for 2022.

The news comes after the MLB players union has unanimously rejected the league’s latest proposal for a collective bargaining agreement (CBA).

Aside from a controversial 14-team playoff proposal, the full summary of the ‘final’ CBA are listed in the tweet thread by ESPN’s Jeff Passan.

So far the first games of the season are cancelled through mid-April, but unless there is a new CBA reached, it will likely be until May or June until we see a new Opening Day date set for this year.

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