According to Yahoo Sports, MLB and the MLB Players Association are in the midst of negotiating changes to the footwear policy “that would relax the restrictions on colors and designs players can use on their cleats.”

The report stated that officials are “optimistic” changes will be made to the current rule, which states: “At least 51 percent of the exterior of each Player’s shoes must be the Club’s designated primary shoe color, and the portion of the Club’s designated primary shoe color must be evenly distributed throughout the exterior of each shoe.”

The reported negotiations come less than a year after MLB hosted its first-ever Players Weekend, which allowed players to sport nontraditional uniforms and flashier cleats.