Pittsburgh Pirates: Three Bold Predictions for 2020

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TAMPA, FLORIDA – FEBRUARY 24: Josh Bell #55 of the Pittsburgh Pirates in the dugout during the spring training game against the New York Yankees at Steinbrenner Field on February 24, 2020 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)
TAMPA, FLORIDA – FEBRUARY 24: Josh Bell #55 of the Pittsburgh Pirates in the dugout during the spring training game against the New York Yankees at Steinbrenner Field on February 24, 2020 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images) /

With spring training 2.0 ready to roll, let’s take a look at three bold predictions for the Pittsburgh Pirates in what is sure to be a wild, albeit shortened, MLB season

While nothing is a guarantee due to the spread of the coronavirus, Major League Baseball is (fingers crossed) ready to kick off spring training 2.0 this week. On Friday, the Pittsburgh Pirates will begin holding team workouts at PNC Park for 40 of the 59 players in their 60-man player pool. Remember, due to the suspension of Edgar Santana, the team still has an opening in their player pool.

As of now the Pittsburgh Pirates are scheduled to start their 2020 season on either July 23 or 24. With those dates closing in, it is time to start attempting to make predictions for the 2020 season. Well, at least the best predictions that someone can attempt to make for what is sure to be a strange 60-game season.

With the start of a 60-game season three weeks away for the Pirates, today we will take a stab at making three bold predictions for the team in 2020. So sit back, get ready to call out these takes when the season is over, give it a read, and get ready for the 2020 season to begin!

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