The MLB offseason has officially come to a close.
However, that doesn’t mean that free agency is over, for there are still several viable players out on the market who have yet to sign.
One such player is left-handed reliever Zack Britton.
Britton missed most of 2022 recovering from an arm injury, but returned late in the season.
He appeared in only three games with the New York Yankees and posted an ERA of 13.50.
But according to Jon Heyman, there are several teams who have shown interest in the veteran lefty.
The Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Angels, and Texas Rangers are considered to be potential landing spots for the 35-year-old.
The Dodgers, Angels and Rangers are seen as three potential landing spots for Zack Britton, and the Mets, with the obvious Buck-Baltimore connection, long have been linked as well. @Ken_Rosenthal also reports the Cubs and Giants viewed Britton’s showcase today in Miami.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) February 15, 2023
Heyman also noted that the New York Mets have shown interest.
There is a connection there.
Buck Showalter, the team’s manager, was at the helm for the Baltimore Orioles when Britton first came to the big leagues.
The Chicago Cubs and San Francisco Giants also reportedly attended his recent showcase in Miami.
Britton could be of use to a number of teams in need of some left-handed help in the bullpen.
For his career, the 35-year-old owns a 3.13 ERA and 154 total saves.
He made his debut with the Orioles in 2011 and was with the team until being traded to the Yankees at the deadline in 2018.
His time in New York was marred by various injuries.
His best season in pinstripes was 2019.
That year, he posted a 1.91 ERA in 66 appearances out of the bullpen.
Other left-handers such as Matt Moore, Will Smith, and Brad Hand also remain unsigned.NEXT: The Frankie Montas Trade Cost The Yankees In A Big Way