The AP (via CBS Sports) reports that Tom Glavine says he's received calls from "a couple" clubs that are interested in bringing him on as a pitcher, while others have called him to discuss different jobs. Glavine didn't name the clubs that called and said it would take "a lot" for him to come back and pitch.
Earlier in the day Peter Gammons said Glavine wants to return and mentioned the Rangers and Dodgers as possibilities. Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says Glavine "likely won't be pursued by the Rangers," but says they haven't ruled it out. Could the Brewers be interested, too? Just yesterday Buster Olney wondered if Glavine might work for the Marlins.