STRIKE TWO: The 1995 baseball season may be jeopardized by thecontinuing standoff between owners and players. The owners plan on announcing next Monday at their meeting in Chicago that they are going to impose a salary cap on players, The Washington Post reported. "Last year's system is a historical artifact and we cannot operate under it any more," Atlanta Braves president Stan Kasten said Monday night. "Clubs have to do something by (December) 7th because from that point forward we're into next season with last year's economic system." With the players not planning to offer an alternative to the taxation plan offered two weeks ago, the owners are likely to declare that the talks are at an impasse, the Washington Post reports.Post your opinion on theSocietybulletin board.