The 32-year-old Coco Crisp has been in the big leagues since his debut in 2002 with the Cleveland Indians. Since then, the switch-hitting outfielder has also played for the Boston Red Sox, Kansas City Royals and Oakland Athletics.
Now the word from MLB Trade Rumors is that Crisp is likely to add another team to his resume and it could be one from his Southern California hometown. The Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago Cubs have both been talking to Crisp about joining them to play left field, the site notes.
As MLBTR points out, the Cubs already have Alfonso Soriano out in left and have him under contract for another three seasons.
Crisp hit .264 with eight homers and 26 doubles this past season for the A's. He also had 49 stolen bases, a career high. Of course, this was also the first year since 2006 that Crisp was healthy enough to play in more than 130 games. The last time he played more than 100 games was in 2007 when he helped the Red Sox win a World Series.