Grady Sizemore Drawing Interest From Eight Clubs

Teams haven't forgotten about free agent outfielder Grady Sizemore; now 29 years of age, Sizemore is one of the more intriguing options available in free agency. Sizemore's market is not only growing, but growing quickly. According to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick, eight clubs have asked to look at Sizemore's medical reports or called to express their interest. 

Among them are the Philadelphia Phillies, Boston Red Sox, Colorado Rockies, Texas Rangers, Chicago Cubs and New York Yankees.

The San Francisco Giants are also interested, even after acquiring Melky Cabrera. The Cleveland Indians are also interested in bringing Sizemore back, but at a lower cost.

"Sizemore has appeared in only 106, 33 and 71 games over the past three seasons because of injuries. But he's looking for a one-year deal to re-establish himself, and a lot of teams see him as an intriguing bounce-back candidate in 2012."

Sizemore, 29, is willing to move to a corner outfield spot. For Sizemore, it's all about using 2012 to re-establish his market value and hit free agency in 2013.

The Washington Nationals, Oakland Athletics, and Seattle Mariners are teams that could join the sweepstakes as the market develops. The Nationals have been searching for a center fielder while the A's lost all three of their outfielders to free agency - none are expected to re-sign.

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