Second baseman Marcus Giles was awful this year, hitting .229/.304/.317 in 420 ABs. You don’t hear statheads talking him up quite as much these days. Nonetheless ESPN’s Jayson Stark reports that the Rockies and Mariners have interest. Apparently one other NL team is interested as well.
For the Rox, Giles would be a fallback option if they can’t sign Mark Loretta. The Mariners are trying to find someone to challenge or replace Jose Lopez. Giles made $3.75MM this year and doesn’t figure to get much more on the open market.