The Giants have a number of decisions to make this offseason, led by the potential re-signing of Marco Scutaro and Angel Pagan.
Hunter Pence and his future with the team can be added to that list of decisions, as the outfielder could make in the neighborhood of $15 million this season in his final year of arbitration.
It seems unlikely the Giants would simply non-tender him, and according to a report from ESPN they could opt to tender him a contract and then shop him on the market.
If that winds up being the case, there should be at least a handful of teams interested in acquiring the 29-year-old former All-Star. Here are a look at the five teams who could have the most interest in bringing him aboard.