Still seeking a proven bat for the outfield, the Atlanta Braves say they're interested in acquiring Ken Griffey Jr.
Braves general manager Frank Wren told the Atlanta
Journal-Constitution on Saturday the team is interested in
"several available outfielders, including Griffey."
Atlanta has been looking for more offense from its outfielders,
who combined for a major league-low 27 home runs last season.
Griffey has 611 career home runs, including 18 last year with the
Cincinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox.
Recent speculation has suggested Griffey would return to
Seattle, where he was a perennial All-Star until he was traded to
Cincinnati in 2000. But this week at a California golf tournament,
Griffey downplayed reports of his possible return to Seattle as