Major League Baseball's Opening Day has been pushed back to at least mid-May, with the situation remaining fluid.

MLB and the MLBPA have agreed to make a good faith effort to play as many games as possible this year, which could include playing games without fans.

"By a matter of weeks, we will be able to play games without crowds [before we can play games] with them," one team executive said.

"I think the only way we play, at least initially, is without fans," another executive added.

The main issue would be that some teams need gate revenue more than others, and playing games without fans may not be economically feasible for some teams.