That list is from November (so, from the original leaked stuff).
I imagine 20 or 30 markets will continue to have baseball in some form, but it's not going to be easy to figure out economically. They lose the salary subsidy, and attendance probably also drops w/o the marketing hook of 'prospects.'
The lost jobs is no small thing of course, but fundamentally, I'm not sure players would make less money - or have less of a shot at making it - if they did play for an indie team. There would probably be just as many guys getting contracts to move on to affiliated ball as there are 40th-rounders who get to high A.
I would think this is still the biggest sticking point of the negotiation - what MLB is going to do for these erased markets.
Seems like an appropriately dark joke that the person who played the biggest role in putting this plan together is currently suspended from MLB.