Report: Angels, Giants join teams pursuing Odorizzi
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Interest in free-agent starter Jake Odorizzi has reached the West Coast.

The Los Angeles Angels and San Francisco Giants joined a growing list of teams interested in the right-hander, according to MLB Network's Jon Morosi, who also mentions the Boston Red Sox, Minnesota Twins, and Toronto Blue Jays as potential suitors.

Odorizzi was already linked to the Red Sox, Twins, and Blue Jays at different points throughout the offseason.

The former 15-game winner is seeking a three-year contract in the $36-million to $42-million range, according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal. The 30-year-old had a disappointing 2020 campaign that saw him pitch in just four games thanks to three separate stints on the injured list.

In 2019, Odorizzi owned a 3.36 FIP and was an All-Star for the Twins.

Odorizzi won't cost a team that signs him any draft-pick compensation since he accepted a qualifying offer before last season.

Report: Angels, Giants join teams pursuing Odorizzi
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