Major League Baseball has reportedly rejected a proposal from the MLB Players Association for a two-tiered penalty system for PED use.

The union proposed a system whereby players who intentionally use drugs would receive harsher punishment than those who use unintentionally.

The MLB has “no interest” in such a plan, according to Fox Sports.

The current system includes a 50-game ban for first-time offenders, a 100-game ban for second-time offenders and a lifetime ban for a third offense.

MLB commissioner Bud Selig has said he would like to see harsher penalties, including a 100-game ban for first-time violators and a lifetime ban for repeat offenders.

The league thinks a two-tiered system would be impractical and that it would be too difficult to establish which players used intentionally and which did not, according to the report.