According to a report from Jon Morosi, former Detroit Tigers outfielder Nicholas Castellanos could be heading west as the San Francisco Giants are reportedly interested in his services.
— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) December 4, 2019
From Jon Morosi:
The Cubs have ongoing interest in bringing back free agent Nicholas Castellanos, who posted a 1.002 OPS over 51 games for Chicago following a Trade Deadline move from the Tigers.
Scott Harris, then an assistant general manager with the Cubs, had a firsthand look at Castellanos’ powerful display in the second half. Last month, Harris was named general manager of the Giants.
In what is perhaps a related development, the Giants are among the teams showing interest in Castellanos, two sources said Tuesday. Castellanos’ market is likely to become clearer during next week’s Winter Meetings in San Diego, with the White Sox and Marlins among the possible suitors.