Major League Baseball and the players’ association are willing to modify their financial stances to reach a deal to potentially play a shortened 2020 campaign amid the coronavirus pandemic, reports Chuck Garfien of NBC Sports Chicago.

Additionally, MLB is not expected to propose a full revenue-sharing model, people with knowledge of the league’s plans told Ken Rosenthal and Evan Drellich of The Athletic.

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The MLBPA is expected to counter and ask for prorated salaries based on the number of contests played, and a deferral of money to future seasons to help owners financially in 2020, according to Garfien.

The union may be most amenable to a plan where 2020 salaries are deferred, Rosenthal and Drellich add.