Found December 28, 2013 on Sports Injury Alert:
TEAMS: Tampa Bay Rays
No one would confuse Sam Fuld with Shin-Soo Choo or Jacoby Ellsbury as the top free agent outfielder, but Fuld has drawn interest from a least five teams says MLB Trade Rumors' Zach Links.Source: Former #Rays and #Cubs OF Sam Fuld weighing offers from five teams #MLB— Zach Links (@ZachLinks) December 27, 2013Links says that all five offers are for Minor-League contracts with invitations to Spring Training, and the Rays are one of the teams. Fuld made $750,000 in 2013, but this choice is not about money. Fuld is determining which team will give him the best chance to make its Major League roster.Fuld does not put up spectacular numbers at the plate, but he can go get 'em in the outfield with the best of them, and he can do so in all three positions, making himself a very good fourth outfielder or late-inning defensive replacement. He even pitched one-third of an inning for the Rays in 2013. His best year so far was 2011 when he hit .240 and stole 20...

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