August 2, 2015
After driving in a career-high 88 runs and posting a Major League record .990 fielding percentage at third base, former Wolf Pack infielder Kevin Kouzmanoff has become an attractive commodity for other teams.
The San Francisco Giants are one of two teams interested in acquiring the San Diego Padres' third baseman, according to Bob Nightengale from "USA Today."
Nightinghale says the Giants have offered San Diego outfielder Fred Lewis and infielder Kevin Frandsen, but the Padres want more.
The Minnesota Twins have also been listed as a potential suitor for Kouzmanoff.
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