Several teams are reportedly interested in Orioles infielder Ty Wigginton, according to the Baltimore Sun. Wigginton, who can play first, second, and third base, is hitting .258 with 14 home runs this season. His best position is third base, but teams are looking at him more at second base.
Two teams, the Phillies and Red Sox, have both considered Wigginton in that role. However, the Red Sox must find a way to unload Mike Lowell before they add another infielder. The Phillies would like Wigginton to fill in for Placido Polanco and Chase Utley, both of whom are on the disabled list.
AOL Fanhouse reports that the Yankees also have interest in Wigginton as a back up at third and second. The Yankees want to have a back up for Alex Rodriguez and Robinson Cano down the stretch, but are not willing to give up a solid prospect to land the back up.
We'll see what happens, but it looks like the Orioles will end up moving him.