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Thursday, May 14, 2020

I can't even come up with a headline for this. Kinda feels like whining about money but I back the health safety concerns.

Take less money to play baseball in 2020? Blake Snell will see you in 2021.

The Rays’ Cy Young Award winner made little secret about how he feels regarding a potential 50-50 revenue split that MLB owners are expected to propose to the union in order to resume its season, saying it’s “just not worth it” to play on a reduced salary.

“Y’all gotta understand, man, for me to go, for me to take a pay cut is not happening, because the risk is through the roof, it’s a shorter season, less pay,” Snell said Wednesday night on his Twitch channel.

“I gotta get my money. I’m not playing unless I get mine, okay? And that’s just the way it is for me. Like, I’m sorry you guys think differently, but the risk is way the hell higher and the amount of money I’m making is way lower, why would I think about doing that? Like you know, I’m just, I’m sorry.”
I get the players not wanting to play. I get wanting money. But Snell is coming off whiny while there are essential workers are busting their asses everyday getting a fraction of what a Baseball player is making. If there is baseball great, if there isn't any fine. I have other things to worry about than some players complaining about money. I am behind them about the health issues though.

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