The Arizona Diamondbacks are drawing interest in virtually all of their players after trading Paul Goldschmidt last week, but the team is telling opposing clubs they're not rebuilding, sources told The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal.
Arizona will continue to entertain offers, but also remain selective in how it proceeds, Rosenthal added, which confirmed a report from Jon Heyman of Fancred Sports that said the Diamondbacks could move more pieces.
In discussing the Goldschmidt trade on Monday, Arizona's GM Mike Hazen said his club hasn't been shy about making deals in the past and will continue to look at offers that make the club better in the present while keeping the future in mind.
After sending Goldschmidt to the St. Louis Cardinals for a package of players and a draft pick, rumors have been circulating about what they might do next.
Greinke might be the toughest to deal. The right-hander is owed $104.5 million over the next three seasons and possesses a 15-team, no-trade clause in his contract.
The D-Backs were in first place for a good chunk of the 2018 season, but collapsed down the stretch and wound up finishing 9 1/2 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers for the division crown.