The Major League Baseball Players Association rejected MLB's final proposal to organize a draft for international players ahead of Monday's midnight deadline.

When the two sides settled their 99-day lockout in March, among the compromises was to continue discussing the idea of an international draft. They set Monday as the cutoff to come to an agreement.

"Players made clear from the outset that any International Draft must meaningfully improve the status quo for those players and not unfairly discriminate between those players and domestic entrants," the MLBPA said in a statement. "To this end the Players Association made a series of proposals aimed at protecting and advancing the rights of international amateurs.