MLB made a formal proposal to the players’ union yesterday, but reportedly it didn’t do much to move the needle toward a new CBA.
While most of baseball is in a holding pattern, the O’s are at least keeping their minor leaguers busy for the next week or so.
The O’s will reportedly be handing a franchise-record bonus to Dominican center fielder Braylin Tavera next week. Not too shabby!
The slugging O’s first baseman drove in all four O’s runs with three homers, including a tying blast in the ninth and the winner in extras.
We’re not just waiting for an end to the lockout, we’re still waiting for the serious negotiations to even begin.
This year wasn’t much of an improvement over 2020, both from an Orioles standpoint and in the world at large. C’mon, 2022. Third time’s the charm.
The Orioles GM turns 39 today. Thanks to the lockout, he can’t celebrate with any meaningful changes to the O’s roster.
It’s Christmas Eve. Maybe Santa will bring us an end to the MLB lockout.
As the MLB lockout continues, the two sides are said to have made "very little" progress toward a deal. Sigh.