MLB reveals 2022 schedule with uncertainty of possible strike

Lto MLB still going in the summer, but he also thinks ahead and this Wednesday they revealed the schedule for the 2022 season. It is expected that start on October 31 as long as there is no labor strike.

With the current agreement collective between the MLB and MLBPA, the league managed to spring into action this year amid the pandemic and despite the fact that this was signed, expires on December 1, opening a door to a complicated negotiation that could end in a work stoppage, something that has not happened since the 1994-95 campaign.

This new calendar brings with it the Opening Day, where the league will try to get all teams to play again the same day, situation that has not been possible to complete in the last three seasons, either due to scheduling issues, bad weather and even the pandemic, which have delayed games countless times.

Secondly, The All-Star Game will be at Dodger Stadium on July 19 for the first time since 1981, while all teams are scheduled to play on April 15, Jackie Robinson Day. The season would end on October 2.

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