Rockies signed 3B Joe Crede to a minor league contract.
Free agent Joe Crede is gearing for a comeback after sitting out 2010 following back surgery.
The Orioles have approached free agent Joe Crede as part of their ongoing search for a starting third baseman.
General manager Bill Smith said that Joe Crede is interested in returning to the Twins next season.
According to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, the Twins may bring Joe Crede back this winter despite a disappointing 2009 season.
Jon Heyman of SI.com writes that the Orioles are considering Joe Crede to play third base.
Joe Crede has been pleased with his recovery from another back surgery.
Joe Crede (back) has been shut down for the rest of the season.
Manager Ron Gardenhire says he does not expect Joe Crede (back) to play the remainder of the year.
Twins activated third baseman Joe Crede from the 15-day disabled list.
Joe Crede (back) took batting practice and participated in infield drills Monday afternoon without pain or discomfort.
Joe Crede said Monday that he has "no plans of retiring" and doesn't know how such rumors got started.
According to Phil Rogers of the Chicago Tribune, Twins third baseman Joe Crede may retire after this season.
Twins placed third baseman Joe Crede on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to August 22, with a lower back strain.