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Cubs, Sox Still Like Crisp

Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe writes that the Cubs and White Sox "have shown the most consistent interest" in center fielder Coco Crisp.  Nothing appears imminent, as the teams haven't found any kind of match on players.  Cafardo says the Cubs have found the asking price prohibitive.  A week ago, Peter Gammons suggested Sean Gallagher and/or Matt Murton could be in the mix.

The Cubs are currently using Felix Pie and Reed Johnson in center; the White Sox used Alexei Ramirez on Opening Day.  As the season progresses we could see the Sox try Nick Swisher, Brian Anderson, and Jerry Owens.

Crisp himself named the Cubs, White Sox, A's, and Padres as clubs he's heard rumored for his services.


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