The way the vaccine roll-out is going it doesn't look like things will be that close in February. It's interesting the owners aren't unified about not announcing anything, but they can just say the default dates apply for now, which also fulfills their obligation to proceed normally unless or until Manfred invokes the emergency clause.
They clearly don't want to start the season on time and in order to do that they need to delay spring training too - unless an agreement is reached. But even if it is, what good does it do to start camp and games and then take a full month off?
I would think the ST schedule will also be adjusted, even though the travel considerations aren't anything like what the the other leagues had to consider when they cancelled or scaled back exhibitions.
All this stuff - last year's grievance, which is still not actually filed, the argument that will ensue this year over schedule length and/or invoking emergency - will just end up getting folded into the 2021 labor dispute.
It would be really nice if owners and players could say with a straight face, "yeah, it's totally fine to do this in February and we're gonna be able to have 25% attendance at every ballpark in April." But that doesn't seem like where we're at.