Baseball fans worried about the state of labor negotiations have every reason to be. With the way the 2020 MLB season went down, there seems to be little hope that the 2 sides will be able to peacefully come to terms with a collective bargaining agreement.
MLB made it very clear that they weren’t going to pay players what they wanted to be paid. And the Player’s Union made it very clear that they weren’t going to play for less than what they were worth. The compromise was a very brief 60-game season that somehow made it through the pandemic.