The 10 MLB players who have opted out of the 2020 season including David Price

Ryan Zimmerman will not be playing in the 2020 season. [Image Source: Flickr | mrzeising]
Ryan Zimmerman will not be playing in the 2020 season. [Image Source: Flickr | mrzeising]

There have been 10 players who have decided they will not play in the truncated season

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After looking at NBA players that have opted out of the restart, let’s transition to those who have decided not to play in the 2020 MLB season. Thus far, there have been 10, and it remains to be seen how many more will do the same.

1

Welington Castillo, C (Nationals)

Castillo was a non-roster invite by the Nationals and would have had a hard time making the roster with Washington already having Yan Gomes and Kurt Suzuki at backstop. After a career-year in 2017 with the Orioles, he had just a .695 OPS the last two seasons for the White Sox.

2

Ian Desmond, CF/LF (Rockies)

Since signing a five year, $70 million deal with the Rockies in 2017, Desmond has mostly seen regular action but with very little success. According to Baseball-Reference, he has accumulated an atrocious -3.2 WAR in his three years with Colorado.

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