The Colorado Rockies have a surplus of outfielders and are listening to offers as the offseason progresses.
"There have been clubs calling from the get-go," general manager Jeff Bridich said.
"The outfield market in general, one that's combining the free-agent market with the trade market, has been one that's been pretty slow moving. But teams have been checking in ever since free agency started. There hasn't been anything that's made us say, 'Yeah, that makes a lot of sense for us, short and long term.' And we feel like an addition like this can only help us. It's obviously a good thing."
Colorado's three-year, $27.5 million deal with Gerardo Parra is set to become official this week. He joins Carlos Gonzalez, Charlie Blackman, Corey Dickerson and Brandon Barnes in Colorado's outfield.