The Major League Baseball Players Association has delivered a return-to-play proposal that includes a 114-game season, deferred salaries in the event of a canceled postseason and the option for all players to opt out of a potential season due to coronavirus concerns, according to sources.

The proposal comes on the heels of a Major League Baseball plan that was loudly rejected by the players.

Players expect the league to reject it, but they hope it will serve as a bridge to a potential deal this week.

The 114-game season would run from June 30 to Oct. 31.