Max Scherzer tweeted out a Notes App screenshot on Wednesday to express his thoughts on the issue of Major League Baseball's return-to-play proposal.

He echoed the thoughts of his fellow players, who were irked by MLB's desire to significantly reduce salaries.

Owners proposed a tiered salary structure where the highest-paid players would possibly see less than 40 percent of the salaries that players already agreed to prorate after the season had been delayed.

"After discussing the latest developments with the rest of the players there's no reason to engage with MLB in any further compensation reductions," Scherzer wrote.

"We have previously negotiated a pay cut in the version of prorated salaries, and there's no justification to accept a 2nd pay cut based upon the current information the union has received."