The MLBPA is officially done with negotiating, it would seem, at least for the time being. On Saturday, their Executive Director Tony Clark made it clear that they would not be sending any counter offers back to the owners.
This means that they want the league to essentially tell them when and where to show up, and that they will, though it does not mean they will be happy with it. Technically they have no recourse to strike just yet, but if the owners don’t have in ‘good faith,’ reportedly, then the players will have the leverage next year when they renegotiate on the CBA. It’s a very messed up situation, and it might not lead to a whole lot of happiness among the players. But there may just be some baseball played finally, so some fans will be relieved despite these sideshow antics in the middle of a pandemic.