Saw this on MSNBC.com a few minutes ago....
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. would consider waiving his no-trade clause to be dealt to the Tampa Bay Rays, Sports Illustrated reported Sunday, citing sources close to Griffey.
Griffey, a resident of Orlando, Fla., has a no-trade clause but would be interested in waiving it if he could be dealt closer to home to a contending team, SI.com reported, citing the unnamed sources.
Griffey hit his 600th homer in Florida last week, and some expect the Reds to try to deal their aging superstar because they're out of contention, but there's nothing close, SI.com reported.
That would make the race for the AL East very interesting. If their pitching holds up, the Rays might, just might, actually be able to stay within striking distance of the Pink Hat Nation.