Houston Astros star Carlos Correa is showing more willingness to get back to work than many of the other big-name players around MLB during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
While Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Blake Snell and Philadelphia Phillies slugger Bryce Harper are leveraging to avoid pay cuts and keep a full season, Correa seemed more open to compromise with the owners.
Harper and Bell seemed to oppose compensation on a per-game basis.
Bell said he doesn’t want less money, even if there are fewer games.
And he definitely doesn’t want an additional pay reduction if there’s a shortened schedule.
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