The Arizona Diamondbacks have laid off or furloughed about one-quarter of the team's employees because of lost revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The remaining staff will take pay cuts that average less than 15%, with the Diamondbacks' highest earners losing a bigger percentage of their income.
The team's baseball operations department was largely unaffected.
"We care deeply about our employees which makes these decisions even more difficult," owner Ken Kendrick and team president Derrick Hall said in a statement. "We have tried to minimize the impact as much as possible but these are truly unprecedented economic times and we recognize that this is affecting everyone in our organization and community.
"We continue to hope and believe that we will play baseball in 2020, but it has become clear that this will be without fans, that the financial losses will be very significant and will undoubtedly carry into next season. Unfortunately, these changes were necessary in order to be in a position to recover when we are able to return to normal operations."