With Opening Day fast approaching, the Tampa Bay Rays are still determining who will be the fifth outfielder on the roster. The team has a number of internal candidates vying for the role, including Micah Johnson, Jason Coats and Brandon Snyder.
However, the Chicago Cubs announced Friday that they would be releasing outfielder Peter Bourjos, who joined the club on a minor-league contract this offseason. Bourjos spent 2017 with the Rays as the fourth and fifth outfielder, so we're asking you if you would try and pursue the 31-year-old to return in a similar role, playing the outfield against left-handed pitching and being a pinch-runner and defensive replacement in other games.
There are also other players still looking for a job in 2018, like Jose Bautista and Melky Cabrera. So, which would you look at from outside the organization? Vote below!