Sports starved fans who’ve been looking forward to a potential start of a 2020 Major League Baseball season aren’t finding much to be positive about these days. Affluent major league baseball players and the richer owners of MLB teams have been unable over the past several weeks to agree on a format for regular season and then play-off games this summer. There’s a simple reason for the ongoing stalemate and that reason I believe is greed. The union representing players has been unwilling to accept salary reductions team owners are demanding with the number of games on the schedule significantly reduced and indications that at least the first of the games this year would take place without fans in the stands. The 2 sides have been unable to agree on how many games would be played this year And owners who’ve never been known for being forthright about the financial condition of their franchises say they need salary concessions to be profitable this year. In the meantime, fans are left wondering if there will be an MLB season at all this year. I have what I think would be a simple solution to the disagreement. Allow players who don’t want to play games in 2,020 because of the money they won’t make or because of Coronavirus concerns to sit out this season While remaining under contract for 2,021. I’m pretty sure there would be plenty of people willing to take their places this season. That’s the way I see it.