6:40pm: The Jays have talked to Boras about Damon, according to Jordan MLB.com's Jordan Bastian. In a follow up tweet, Bastian quotes GM Alex Anthopoulos telling fans at a season-ticket holder Q&A session, "I don't want to get your hopes up." However, Bastian writes that the club has had internal discussions about the veteran slugger, as they have a need at the leadoff spot.
The Jays have also considered bringing Carlos Delgado back, Anthopoulos and manager Cito Gaston revealed in the session.
8:33am: Yesterday we learned from ESPN's Jerry Crasnick that agent Scott Boras is "trying to engage" the Reds and Tigers on Johnny Damon. Today, two Reds beat writers label the Reds an unlikely match. MLB.com's Mark Sheldon talked to Reds GM Walt Jocketty, who admitted to discussing Damon but says the outfielder doesn't fit financially. The Cincinnati Enquirer's John Fay calls their interest "lukewarm."
Fay says the Reds called Boras about Xavier Nady and asked about Damon too. Via Twitter, Fay notes that Reds owner Bob Castellini might adjust the budget for the right free agent addition. Fay says the Reds are still talking to Jonny Gomes and Orlando Cabrera, and feels something is brewing in Cincinnati.
Yesterday, we learned from Joel Sherman of the New York Post that the Rays have interest in Damon as a DH candidate. The Yankees are out, having agreed to a deal with Randy Winn yesterday. In another article, Sherman chronicles a last-ditch attempt by Damon to engage the Yanks in the middle of last week. Public sniping between Boras and GM Brian Cashman followed. Sherman has more on the Cashman-Boras drama here.