Major League Baseball described negotiations with its locked-out players as “deadlocked” after a meeting on Sunday during which it said the union presented a proposal that “backtracked” on some issues.

The two sides met in New York for the first time since Tuesday, when MLB decided to cancel the first week of regular season games after a league-imposed deadline passed without an deal on a new collective bargaining agreement.

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