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Dodgers: Big MLB Lockout Update, Everything You Need to Know About When it Will End & How it Impacts LA

As we approach the third full week of the MLB lockout, things are feeling bleak for baseball fans. According to Evan Drellich of The Athletic, the league and the players union have no plans on discussing a new collective bargaining agreement again this year. Or at least the core economics of a new deal, which is the origin of the hold up as it is.

With the important talks tabled, mid-January is now a best-case scenario for the offseason to restart.

For the Dodgers, the sooner the offseason and player movement resumes, the better. So far since the season ended, LA has lost Corey Seager and Max Scherzer and still has key free agents on the market with Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen to name a few. Moreover, there’s a massive void in the starting rotation that could be filled via trade or free agency.

In this new episode of Dodgers Dougout, we discuss the latest updates on the MLB lockout, how it impacts the Dodgers and when to expect the two sides to come to an agreement on a new CBA.

WATCH: Big MLB Lockout Update! Everything You Need to Know About When it Will End & How it Impacts Dodgers

At this moment, there’s still time for the two sides to come together and find something that won’t affect the start of the 2022 season. But with each passing day, that window closes a bit more. 

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  1. The big lockout update is, there is no new info? Neither side is going to sit down until they start losing money. The owners start losing money when ST games start. Players don’t start losing money until opening day ( other than ST per diem). So I’m not encouraged

  2. When owners are willing to let players have the same freedom to change teams as everyone else in the workplace, this will end. Ownership is fixated on control of players.

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