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 Crasnick reports that the Giants are one of eight (!) teams interested in the 29-year-old outfielder.
Crasnick lists the Giants, along with the Cubs, Phillies, Rockies, Red Sox, Indians and Yankees as potential suitors for Sizemore and notes that the A's, Mariners and Nationals could pursue him as well.
(Worth noting: Susan Slusser reports in Tuesday's San Francisco Chronicle that the A's are out on Sizemore. So there's that.)
So how are the Giants still in on Grady? Well, it's because Sizemore still remains a perfect fit. The Giants need a bat, and Grady is a bat -- a very good one if he's healthy. The Giants don...