Dodgers: Los Angeles fans react to proposed 14-team playoff format

A big point of contention between MLB and the MLBPA has been the expansion of the playoffs. The players’ association prefers a 12-team playoff format, while the owners want a 14-team format. Yesterday, ESPN’s Buster Olney reported that the MLBPA is open to revisiting the discussion of the 14-team playoff format to restart CBA negotiations.

Dodgers fans have shared their thoughts on the prospect of a 14-team playoff format.

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A fan used it as an opportunity to take a shot at the arch-rival San Francisco Giants.

AGAINST – it devalues ​​the regular season. We no longer need 88 winning teams stealing the World Series because they get hot at the right time.

—Tom (@la4052101) March 4, 2022

Primarily, baseball fans aren’t thrilled about the prospect of letting slightly above-average clubs make the playoffs.

@DodgersNation 100% against. My concern is not the income of the owner, it is the product in the field. The current format has the best teams in the playoffs. I don’t need to see the second tier rewarded with a playoff birth. Division winners and wild cards suffice. Don’t add mediocrity
@DodgersNation Vs. This waters down the playoffs and only benefits mediocre teams. Unless they get ultra creative and make sure a crap team isn’t upset by a team that’s performed better for an entire season.
@DodgersNation Against 👎🏻. Almost half the league. No thanks. Why play 162? Shorten the season and get straight to the point. It’s a joke. That’s all. 👎🏻🙏🏻🤡⚾️

The ever-positive Gail Johnson is ready for anything that will end MLB’s lockdown.

@DodgersNation I’m all for anything that gets major league baseball players back to work.

One fan simply accepted the inevitable that a 14-team playoff would come to fruition.

@DodgersNation Vs. However, I can tell you from experience as a former professional sports league employee that television rights deals are vital. I don’t want more games from a product standpoint, however, the revenue generated from extended playoffs is too much for ownership to pass up.

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