According to ESPN's Buster Olney, free agent Kenny Lofton "is still waiting and hoping for a chance to play." Why can't the 41 year-old outfielder find a job? With an .818 OPS last year, he still has talent. Is Lofton sitting at home for lack of interest, or is he asking for too much in terms of money or playing time?
Lofton would fit with a contender; he should be used strictly against righties. Would the A's have room? Emil Brown could use a platoon partner. The Cubs might make sense if Jim Edmonds doesn't pan out. Atlanta or San Diego maybe? What do you think?
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