(New York, NY) -- Major League Baseball and the players association are setting up another meeting amid the league's current lockout. ESPN reports the sides are set to meet on Monday in an effort to come to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement. This follows the MLB and MLBPA meeting on January 13th, but failing to come to a resolution. The union reportedly will present a counter proposal to the league's first offer. The MLB has been shut down since owners locked out players on December 2nd.