McCutchen, Flaherty, Bauer roast MLB's latest proposal on Twitter

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Major League Baseball tendered yet another return-to-play proposal to the MLB Players Association on Friday - and several players promptly roasted it on Twitter.

The league's lastest offer suggests a 72-game schedule with 70% of prorated salaries for players. Prorated salaries would increase to 80% if the postseason is completed.

Trevor Bauer, the outspoken right-hander for the Cincinnati Reds, succinctly outlined why the players' union would likely reject the new plan:

Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen, meanwhile, simplified it even further with a creative analogy:

McCutchen is active on social media, but he's rarely been outspoken in criticizing the league. That ended Friday:

St. Louis Cardinals ace Jack Flaherty, who's also been speaking out against MLB owners lately, articulated his feelings on their most recent proposal through a series of GIFs:

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