Expanded playoffs official. 8 teams per league. First and second in each division plus 2 wild cards with the next best records. All games played at stadium of the higher seed (something that is smart to speed things along). As expected they had to cut a financial deal for the players though this is good for both parties as MLB will make more money on this than the players who do fairly well with the regular season pro-rated play.
One consequence - no major deals at the deadline unless those deals are as much about future seasons. It was already harder to trade because of the 60 (though most teams have free spots where they could temporarily elevate a prospect to trade him). Now teams will not give up big pieces of the future to get a spot in a 16-team derby where luck is the most important factor.
One good thing - 2020 only. This is a terrible system that will make the regular season less meaningful and arbitrary. Maybe go to 12 teams (ideal system is 2 divisions in each league. First place bye. Second place home for 3 games against the 2 wild cards). 16 is just too much and upsets are too plentiful. We don't want to see the Dodgers run into a below-500 club with 2 great starters and lose.