MLB removes articles and headshots of current players on website amid lockout

A quick scan of the MLB’s official website, MLB.com, sees a complete wipeout of any articles, photos or mentions of current players. They’ve been replaced with videos and statements from MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and tons of coverage of ongoing Hall of Fame voting.

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New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso walks to his position between innings of the team's baseball game against the Chicago Cubs on June 17, 2021, in New York.

New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso walks to his position between innings of the team’s baseball game against the Chicago Cubs on June 17, 2021, in New York. (AP Photo / Kathy Willens)

As you can see below, the biggest stars of the game are faceless on the website.

The faces of coaches, tuttavia, remain since they are not part of the MLBPA.

Come OutKick’s Alejandro Avila relayed from ESPN’s Jeff Passan, the MLBPA is reportedly holding out for reduced service time for free agency and arbitration. Inoltre, they are demanding an increased competitive balance tax threshold and no draft pick compensation for free agent signings.

The owners, nel frattempo, are looking to eliminate the qualifying offer system. They are also advocating to expand the postseason from 10 per 12 squadre.

A giant baseball sculpture sits outside Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins baseball team, mercoledì, marzo 25, 2020 a Minneapolis. Though the Twins would open on the road, the start of the regular season is indefinitely on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.

A giant baseball sculpture sits outside Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins baseball team, mercoledì, marzo 25, 2020 a Minneapolis. Though the Twins would open on the road, the start of the regular season is indefinitely on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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