MLB, MLBPA agree to new CBA; season to start April 7

Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association reached an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement on Thursday, paving the way for the 2022 regular season to begin on April 7.

After the MLBPA approved the deal by a 26-12 vote, the owners ratified it Thursday night with a unanimous 30-0 vote, officially bringing the three-month lockout to a close.

“I am genuinely thrilled to be able to say that Major League Baseball is back and we're going to play 162 games,” Commissioner Rob Manfred said.

There's a lot of uncertainty, at a point in time when there's a lot of uncertainty in the world.

[It’s] sort of the way the process of collective bargaining works sometimes, but I do apologize for it.

The mandatory Spring Training report date for all clubs is Sunday. Exhibition games will begin on March 17 or 18.

To Know More Click Below

Click Here