Drew Stubbs, who is in his final season of arbitration, could be a valuable asset on the trade market.
The outfielder is in line to make around $5.7 million this season, according to estimates.
"In general, there has been interest in Drew from teams looking for very specific fits in their outfield," general manager Jeff Bridich said recently. "Teams see him as a fit, but he's a fit for us as well."
With no control over his future, Stubbs is simply hoping for as much playing time as possible.
"This club, not only in the outfield, but in a lot of aspects, has a lot of decisions to make this offseason," Stubbs said. "But the nucleus of players we have here is good, and can compete and vie for a division title if everybody stays on the field.
"[Trades] are completely out of my hands. If I'm here in the future, that's great. Hopefully, I'll get to stay here for a while, because I've enjoyed playing in Denver. But at the same time, it's a business and they've got to make the best decisions for the team."