A.J. Pollock is interested in a long-term extension with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
"I like my teammates. I like the coaches. The front office has been awesome," Pollock told the Arizona Republic. "If they talk to me, I'll obviously talk to them back."
On Friday, Jon Heyman of CBS Sports wrote that Arizona could consider signing Pollock to a long-term deal.
"He's a big, big piece of what we're trying to do," general manager Dave Stewart told Heyman.
Pollock, 27, will have over three years of service time by the end of the season, making him eligible for arbitration for the first time and putting him on pace to become a free agent after the 2018 season.