Troy Tulowitzki may have a new home soon.
According to Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle, Tulowitzki’s agent, Paul Cohen, said they are narrowing his field of suitors on Friday.
As of late Thursday, six teams were in the running but not Tulowitzki’s hometown Oakland Athletics. Earlier in the week, Cohen told Slusser than Tulowitzki could have interest in joining the club he used to root for growing up in nearby Sunnyvale, Calif. He also played his college ball at Long Beach State.
Cohen said Tulowitzki would be willing to switch positions on a new team, changing his tone from his time in Toronto where multiple reports indicated he was steadfast on playing shortstop. Tulowitzki even went as far to say that he would consider retirement if he was told to change positons.