Major League Baseball has discussed playing a shorter schedule over which it would pay members of the MLB Players Association their full prorated salaries, according to sources.

The two sides have yet to come to terms on a return-to-play agreement.

Players have held out for a full prorated portion of their salaries, based on a March 26 agreement with the league. In an offer Sunday, they proposed a 114-game schedule that would cover 70.3% of their original salaries.