Players that opted out of the 2020 MLB season

15 players decided not to participate in 2020. [image source: Public Domain Pictures]
15 players decided not to participate in 2020. [image source: Public Domain Pictures]

15 total players have decided to sit out the shortened Major League Baseball season.

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1

SP Mike Leake

Leake was the first player to opt-out of the season. Last season, he went 12-11 with a 4.29 E.R.A. while giving up 100 more hits than strikeouts for an ugly opponent average of .286.

2

1B Ryan Zimmerman

Zimmerman is opting out of the season as his wife just recently gave birth to their third child and his mother has Multiple Sclerosis. Many speculated that this could be Zimmerman's last season but he confirmed that it won't be. In 52 games last season, he slashed .257/.321/.415. [image source: Lorie Shaull-Flickr]

3

SP Joe Ross

Ross went 4-4 with a 5.48 E.R.A. across 27 games (nine starts) with a horrible opponent average of .291.

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