NEW YORK -- AP -- Baseball players reaffirmed their stance for full prorated pay, leaving a huge gap with teams that could scuttle plans to start the coronavirus-delayed season around the Fourth of July and may leave owners focusing on a schedule as short as 50 games.

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More than 100 players, including the union's executive board, held a two-hour digital meeting with officials of the Major League Baseball Players Association, a day after their offer was rejected by Major League Baseball.

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