Of those six, only Cervelli and Wood are expected to play against the Yankees in Tampa. McCutchen, Harrison, Marte and Polanco have played their last game for the Bucs until their countries are eliminated or the international tournament is over.
In other words, the Pirates are going to have some Spring Training playing time up for grabs the next few weeks, particularly with their entire starting outfield away. How will they fill it? Mostly with prospects and a handful of versatile infielders.
"We've got guys that can play out there," manager Clint Hurdle said. "We're going to move some of our versatile infielders out there at times, plus we've got the backup outfielders."
Austin Meadows, the Pirates' No. 2 prospect according to MLBPipeline.com, should see more innings -- and that could take place in left field, where Meadows played Saturday for the first time this spring. Hurdle said Pittsburgh's front office believes left field could be an option for Meadows "down the road, at some point in time."
John Jaso should see more time in right field after an eventful first start there on Friday. Jose Osuna could get more outfield innings; he's expected to line up in right on Sunday. Adam Frazier could fill in as an outfielder or at second for Harrison as he continues preparing for a super-utility role.
The Pirates will bounce around their utility players, including Alen Hanson and Phil Gosselin. With Harrison out of camp for a few weeks, the Pirates can get a longer look at second from Hanson and Gosselin, who are both competing for one spot on the Opening Day bench, along with Max Moroff, Chris Bostick and Erich Weiss.
"We believe we've got the manpower," Hurdle said. "We've plotted it all out, and we look forward to getting them out there and seeing what they can do with the opportunities."
Adam Berry has covered the Pirates for MLB.com since 2015. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook, read his blog and listen to his podcast. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.