After another unproductive day of labor negotiations, time is running out to preserve a 162-game season this year in Major League Baseball.

MLB and the Major League Baseball Players Association met twice in Jupiter, Florida, on Saturday, two days ahead of Monday's owner-imposed deadline to come to a labor agreement and maintain the scheduled March 31 opening day. However, the parties appeared to whiff at making any meaningful progress, with reports indicating that MLB scoffed at the union's latest proposal.

"Source: Today didn't go well," Evan Drelich of The Athletic wrote on Twitter. "MLB reacted badly to player proposal, players in turn were outraged. Hostile 2nd meeting."