As MLB and the Players’ Association continue their negotiations for the 2020 season,a lot of uncertainty remains regarding the non-playing jobs in many organizations. Many people are unsure if they will work this season or not. A few organizations have committed to paying employees through this season and retaining those jobs, but most still haven’t said much. The Brewers joined the list of organizations who will retain their baseball operations staff, as reported by Ken Rosenthal earlier today:
#Brewers’ baseball-operations staff will remain intact for entire 2020 season, sources tell The Athletic. No furloughs. Only top executives will take pay cuts.
— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) May 22, 2020
Jon Heyman adds a bit as well, saying that top executives and MLB staff will take pay cuts this year. However, no other employees on the baseball operations side will need to take pay cuts. It’s good to see the Brewers taking this step, helping keep their staff together and paid as the current situation continues.
Tom Haudricourt confirmed the report as well, adding on that this only is for the baseball operations side. The business operations side has not made any…