1. Cody Ross
After a stellar bounce-back season with the Boston Red Sox at the bargain basement rate of $3 million, free-agent outfielder Cody Ross has garnered his share of interest this offseason.
Despite the signing of Shane Victorino, the Boston Red Sox could still have interest. The Seattle Mariners have recently ratcheted up interest, and there's been speculation that the San Francisco Giants could be looking to bring Ross back as well.
However, the Giants represent the most unlikely of scenarios, since Ross would have no interest in platooning with Gregor Blanco.
2. Delmon Young
One would think that teams would have interest in adding a player who hit .267 with 18 home runs and 74 RBI. However, with Young's baggage, the offers haven't been flowing in as of yet.
The Seattle Mariners reportedly have interest, but the market for Young has been quiet otherwise.
3. Scott Hairston
Hairston has drawn considerable interest. The Detroit Tigers view him as an option to replace Young.
4. Matt Diaz
Diaz had an injury-plagued 2012 season in which he appeared in just 51 games and hit just .222. No interest yet for Diaz, but there's likely a bench role waiting for him sometime in the near future.
5. Endy Chavez
Chavez provided some relief last season for the Baltimore Orioles in the wake of the injury to Nick Markakis. However, the .203 average for 2012 won't help his cause. Chavez has received no looks as of yet, and much like Diaz, he is likely looking at a fourth of fifth outfielder spot, possibly even a minor league contract.