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Free agent outfielder Grady Sizemore recently resumed baseball-related activities, meaning he’s nearing the point where
he’ll consider signing his next contract. When this happens – likely closer to
the All-Star break – the Minnesota Twins are one of the teams that will have
interest in Sizemore, according to Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN.
Wolfson points out that Sizemore has undergone seven
different surgeries since 2009. As a result, the 30-year-old has been limited
to just over 100 games since the start of the 2010 season.
Sizemore re-signed with the Cleveland Indians last year as
he continued to rehab. He never wound up taking the field for the Tribe, and this offseason he decided to hold off on inking a deal until he’s fully healthy and ready to contribute.
This should happen in the next month or two, according to Wolfson.
It’s been rumored that there will be multiple teams with interest in the
outfielder considering his career totals. From 2006-08 Sizemore was one of the
best young center fielders in the game, hitting .279/.380/.499 during that
span. However, he’s hit only .234/.314/.413 over 210 games from 2009-11.
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