ST PETERSBURG, FL - OCTOBER 03: Johnny Damon #22 of the Tampa Bay Rays heads to third base in the seventh inning on a Casey Kotchman #11 single before scoring the Rays second run later in the inning against the Texas Rangers in Game Three of the American League Division Series at Tropicana Field on October 3, 2011 in St Petersburg, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution tweets that the Atlanta Braves have been looking to pick up a backup outfielder since before Chipper Jones' injury, and "will continue to do so." O'Brien notes that free agent OF Johnny Damon, 38, could be a fit -- though it's not clear how much interest Atlanta has in him.
Twitter / @ajcbraves: Not sure how much interest ...
"Not sure how much interest #Braves have in Johnny Damon, but he's still out there unsigned"
Twitter / @ajcbraves: #Braves GM Wren said team ...
"#Braves GM Wren said team has been looking to acquire backup OF help even before Jones injury, and will continue to do so."
Twitter / @jonmorosi: As @ajcbraves suggested, f ...
"As @ajcbraves suggested, free agent Johnny Damon could fit with the #Braves after Chipper Jones knee surgery. Prado to 3B for now."
Should the Braves sign Johnny Damon?
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