The Major League Baseball Players Association dropped a proposal for age-based free agency after returning to the negotiating table with representatives from Major League Baseball on Monday, a source told Evan Drellich of The Athletic.

The MLBPA's concession means that, whenever the union and league ultimately reach a deal on a new collective bargaining agreement, players are unlikely to become free agents until they have six years of service time. That would be unchanged from the old CBA.

The union also reportedly altered its plan for revenue sharing between clubs but rejected almost everything MLB proposed in the last meeting between the two sides.