Free-agent second baseman Scooter Gennett is still looking for a deal worthy of his services.
The 30-year-old, one-time All-Star said he received offers to play in 2020 but nothing good enough to keep him away from his loved ones for most of the year.
"You're 220 days away from your family. Away from the things that really matter in life, and if you can't give me enough incentive to strap it on for that much time, it turns into a sacrifice. A 220-day sacrifice," Gennett told Doug Fernandes of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
"(Teams) didn't come anywhere near what I thought was respectful and what I thought is right. They made the decision pretty easy for me."