Major League Baseball is postponing another week of regular season games. In a statement released by the league, it was announced Opening Day is moving to at least April 14th after talks stalled once again on Wednesday. The MLB Players Association rejected three offers on an International Draft resolution, which became the latest issue in negotiations. The league has previously announced hefty raises and additional bonuses to players to try and get the season started. Commissioner Rob Manfred said in the statement that clubs went to "extraordinary" lengths to meet MLBPA demands, but a second late-night bargaining session this week resulted in no deal. There is no word when talks will resume.
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