Positions' supply outweighs demand
McGriff, 40, needs three home runs to pass Lou Gehrig on the all-time list and nine to become the 20th player in history with 500. Just two years ago, he hit 30 homers and knocked in 103 runs for the Chicago Cubs. He's a quiet, efficient pro in the Harold Baines mold, looking to wind down his career as a productive piece for a winning club.
And he can't find a job.
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