The saga continues.
Two weeks ago, Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal reported that Arizona was in "active discussions" to move Justin Upton and cited one executive who put the chances of Upton being dealt this winter at 80 percent.
Now, CBS Sports' Jon Heyman quotes Diamondbacks' owner Ken Kendrick as saying, "I think there's a very high likelihood Justin will be in our starting outfield when we start the new season."
Despite Kendrick's recent statements, were the D-Backs to get the pieces they seek—a package built around an MLB-ready third baseman or shortstop and a young pitcher—Upton would already have a new home.
Let's take a look at the seven most likely suitors—per the Arizona Republic's Nick Piecoro—and see if we can't figure out who has the best chance of finally putting an end to nearly two years of speculation surrounding Arizona's 25-year-old right fielder.