On Sept. 26, the Chicago Tribune reported that the San Francisco Giants may be one of three teams interested in the services of talented, but troubled switch-hitting outfielder Milton Bradley. Tribune reporter Paul Sullivan, claimed the best option for the Cubs could be a straight-up swap for Giants outfielder Aaron Rowand. Rowand, a solid clubhouse veteran, has struggled to make a dent in his two years so far in San Francisco, especially this year. While Rowand has hit 15 home runs and drove in 60 RBI, he leads the team with 123 strikeouts, and has only drawn 29 walks. To make matters worse, Rowand has three years, $36 million remaining on the big contract he signed in 2008. With better and cheaper outfielder options available such as Andres Torres and even Eugenio Velez, the Giants may b ...
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