The longest-tenured member of the Tampa Bay Rays could be on the move once MLB resumes business following its lockout.

Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier recently revealed that president of baseball operations Erik Neander told him hours before the collective bargaining agreement expired at midnight on Dec. 1 – halting all signings and trades and triggering a lockout – that other teams were showing interest in trading for him.

Neander, Kiermaier said, noted it was unlikely a deal would materialize but that things could change as talks continued.