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The Rockies are reportedly going to watch Grady Sizemore workout in the near future.

Giants interested in Grady Sizemore

Hot stove season is…heating up. According to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN, the Giants are among several teams interested in Grady Sizemore: Grady Sizemore’s market is expanding rapidly. Add the #Rangers, #Cubs, #SFGiants & #Yankees to the list of teams with interest Several weeks back, I looked at Grady Sizemore as a free agent target, concluding that he’s a solid medium-risk...

Oakland A's won't pursue outfielder Grady Sizemore

The A's have no interest in pursing free-agent outfielder Grady Sizemore, a source with knowledge of the team's thinking told The Chronicle on Monday. The team has been linked to the former Cleveland All-Star in recent...

Sizemore Still an Option for Giants

A few weeks ago we mentioned that Grady Sizemore would be a good fit for the Giants if the Indians declined his option. Well, the Indians did just that. However, the Giants recently traded for another centerfielder, Melky Cabrera, leading to some speculation that Sizemore was no longer an option in San Francisco. That doesn't appear to be the case, however, as ESPN's Jerry...

Rockies one of many teams chasing Sizemore

The Rockies are among the teams gathering medical information on outfielder Grady Sizemore, a three-time All-Star with the Indians before he was slowed by injuries.

Sizemore willing to move to corner OF spot

According to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN, free agent OF Grady Sizemore is willing to play a corner outfield position next season. Crasnick says the Phillies, Rockies, Red Sox, Indians, Cubs, Rangers, Giants and Yankees have all expressed interest in Sizemore, and the Nationals, Mariners and A’s could all become interested at some point. This past weekend, Jon Heyman of says...

Rockies expect to watch Sizemore work out soon

MILWAUKEE – There’s no gray area with free agent Grady Sizemore. He’s either the best bargain or the worst signing. It has everything to do with his health. Sizemore has been involved in five surgeries over the last three years (two sports hernias, left knee, right knee, left elbow). That’s great for a doctor, but not for a center fielder. But the Rockies have examined his...

Athletics Notes: Gonzalez, Bailey, Sizemore, Cespedes

We've seen a good amount of talk surrounding the A's lately and Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle gave her take on it all.. Even though it's been said that Billy Beane will listen on all of his players this offseason, that is standard operating procedure for the GM and nothing new.  Beane's philosophy is that there is a match for any player, if the...

Inbox: Lowe, Grady heat up Hot Stove

Was the Derek Lowe trade worth the gamble? What are the chances fan-favorite Grady Sizemore returns to Cleveland? Beat reporter Jordan Bastian answers fans' questions in his latest Inbox.

Giants’ hot stove update: Sizemore, Lincecum, Cain, Posey, Freddy…and birthday wishes too

Happy 22nd birthday, Hector Sanchez! Hope it’s all you want it to be. Now onto a few quick links for those of you following all the hot stove action here at Remember, I almost always have the news here first, sometimes even before the beat writers do. That being said, here are some not-so-breaking news links that didn’t really deserve their own separate posts...

MLB's addition of wild-card playoff teams will be more of a great thing, says Paul Hoynes (SBTV)

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