Trey Mancini is open to playing wherever the Chicago Cubs need him this season.

When David Ross spoke with Mancini about joining the club in free agency, the manager mentioned playing first base, designated hitter and the corner outfield spots.

"I told him: 'I don't care where I play at all. I like playing. Wherever you want me, I'm there,'" Mancini said.

Mancini finalized a two-year contract on Friday that could be worth up to $21 million.