Several teams are keeping an eye on free-agent shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. The veteran held an open workout on Tuesday and one team that apparently brought the big recruitment guns was the San Francisco Giants.
Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi and longtime manager Bruce Bochy were on hand to watch Tulowitzki, sources told Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports.
Tulowitzki, who hails from the Bay Area, was released by the Toronto Blue Jays last week with three years and $38 million remaining on his contract, including a $4-million buyout on his club option in 2021.
The infielder has almost exclusively played shortstop throughout his 12-year career, though he hasn't appeared in a game since 2017.