Tom Glavine is warning Major League players that they could take the blame if no baseball is played in 2020.

Glavine served as a players' union representative during the baseball strike of 1994-95 and compared that situation to the coronavirus pandemic.

"If it were to come down to an economic issue and that's the reason baseball didn't come back, you're looking at a situation similar to the strike of '94 and '95 as far as fans are concerned," Glavine said. "Even if players were 100% justified in what they were complaining about, they're still going to look bad."

Major League Baseball and the players' union have been negotiating terms to start a shortened season amid the pandemic.