3 Players Who May Have Played Their Last Game with the Pittsburgh Pirates

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BRADENTON, FL- FEBRUARY 22: Manager Derek Shelton #17 of the Pittsburgh Pirates looks on during a game against the Minnesota Twins on February 21, 2020 at LECOM Park in Bradenton, Florida. (Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images)
BRADENTON, FL- FEBRUARY 22: Manager Derek Shelton #17 of the Pittsburgh Pirates looks on during a game against the Minnesota Twins on February 21, 2020 at LECOM Park in Bradenton, Florida. (Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images) /

With the possibility of the coronavirus canceling the 2020 MLB season seemingly growing by the day, who are some players that may have played their final game with the Pittsburgh Pirates?

As everyone knows, the 2020 MLB season, along with all other sports in the country, is on hold due to the spread of the coronavirus. With each passing day the odds of their being a MLB season seem to continue to decrease.

If there is no 2020 season, then there are countless of players around baseball that have unknowingly already played their final in the uniform of their current team. This includes the Pittsburgh Pirates.

While there are obviously bigger problems in the world right now than this, if fans are robbed of getting to watch their favorite players on their favorite team for one more season it would be a shame. The same can be said for players being robbed of one last season in front of those fans, and playing for the city they currently call home.

Now, this group will not include free agents who were signed in the offseason to one-year contracts. So, this would include Pittsburgh Pirates players such as pitchers Derek Holland and Robbie Erlin.