He may be busy filing a grievance against the Braves with the players union, but could Tom Glavine still feasibly help a few teams? Glavine claims a couple teams have called offering work of some kind. Here's what we've learned over the past week.
- MLB Trade Rumors got a hold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Derrick Goold, who says the Cardinals brass have expressed little interest in the veteran.
- The Marlins are supposedly at budget, and thus have no interest in Glavine, according to Juan C. Rodriguez at the Sun-Sentinel.
- Todd Zolecki at MLB.com says the Phillies don't seem to view Glavine as an option.
- Michael Hunt at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel doesn't think the Brewers should pursue him.
- Kevin Baxter at the L.A. Times claims the Dodgers aren't likely to pursue Glavine. Peter Gammons wonders if they'd reconsider.
- David Lennon at Newsday says the Mets aren't interested in re-signing him.
- Bill Ladson at MLB.com thinks the Nationals would want him more for a coaching gig, not as a player.
Does Glavine make sense for any teams, or was the Braves' assessment the nail in the coffin for his playing career?