(New York, NY) -- The Major League Baseball Players Association is giving the league a new proposal to mull over. But ESPN reports the proposal probably won't be the one that ends the current lockout. The proposal included a five-million dollar reduction to the union's last offer in the pre-arbitration bonus pool, but no changes were made in the offer for the competitive balance tax proposal. A league spokesperson said the offer was "worse than Monday night." That was the original deadline to keep regular season games from being cancelled. He added that "simply put, we are deadlocked."