Rob Parker: “They’ve had 26 years of labor peace, and they just signed a big deal with Turner. The players have the strongest union in the country, I just have a little bit of a problem with the idea that baseball players don’t think that THEY should give up anything when everyone else in the country is giving up something. Even though we [talking to Chris Broussard] have a guaranteed contract, we’re giving it up because we understand what’s going on… For them not to budge at all with no fans, and no concessions, I’m sorry but I can’t stand with them on this."
Chris Broussard: "Certain people at this company willingly gave up their salary so people could stay employed, and we’re not making what the baseball players are making.” (Full Audio Above)
Listen to Rob Parker and Chris Broussard explain why they're not supporting MLB players during their bitter dispute with owners over a revenue sharing proposal to start a 2020 MLB season that has already been cut in half because of COVID-19.
Check out the audio above as Parker and Broussard detail why they're not standing with players refusing to take a pay cut during a pandemic, when over 40 million Americans have already lost their jobs, with millions of others being furloughed and taking pay cuts.