The current state of the MLB is well, nothing short of a mess. Sports fans went from believing baseball would be back before most other sports, to questioning whether the 2020 season will ever take place. Negotiations are still taking place, but the players and owners have yet to see eye to eye.

With the coronavirus pandemic still a threat in North America, any agreement will involve major changes to safety guidelines in order to keep the players, coaches and officials healthy.

Players have been vocal about their disagreements and issues with the league and the owners. They are expressing their confusion, anger and often their willingness to play, depending on the right offer.

With each wave of proposal reports come a new wave of reactions from fans, reporters and players.

Here is what some players are saying as a result of the latest leaked proposal:

Washington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle explained where many of the players are coming from and emphasized a need to make decisions that will help them in the future as well.

He was very open on social media about how he feels and how the players want to give their fans something to cheer for.

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Jack Flaherty agreed with Doolittle.

Flaherty was also very vocal on Twitter, retweeting other players and comments from fans as well.

I'm guessing he was looking at the MLB proposal and not an adorable puppy when he tweeted this:

He commented that he's feeling deja-vu when looking at the latest deal.

Former pitcher Dan Haren echoed these views.

Like with Flaherty's "that's cute" tweet, I don't think Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen was watching his favorite comedy while tweeting this ...

Travis Shaw turned to gifs to express his thoughts.

Roberto Perez turned to face palm emojis.