Major League Baseball is on the brink of “disaster.”

Last Thursday MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said without hesitation: “We’re going to play baseball in 2020, 100 percent.”

On Monday, Manfred was singing a different tune. He told ESPN: “I’m not confident (we can play). I think there’s real risk … It’s just a disaster for our game.”

What happened? Social media exploded starting with this MLB Players Association tweet:

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