Amid all the possible contingency plans for the 2020 Major League Baseball season, the fate of the All-Star Game hangs in the balance.
The festivities are scheduled for July 10-13 at Dodger Stadium.
MLBPA executive director Tony Clark told reporters there has been no decision regarding the All-Star Game yet.
"The players are open to having a discussion about just about everything. Obviously the calendar is going to dictate a lot of what can and cannot be done. But right now no door is closed," Clark said.
MLB and the MLBPA both want to play as many games as possible, which could mean canceling the All-Star Game and using the four-day All-Star break to make up regular season games.