According to Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish, Freddy Sanchez still has yet to officially retire and remains open to the idea of making a comeback.
Freddy Sanchez told CSNBayArea.com that he has no plans of retirement and is hoping to sign with a team in spring training.
Freddy Sanchez's agent, Paul Cobbe, has told ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick that "about 20 teams" have asked for the second baseman's medical records.
According to Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, free agent second baseman Freddy Sanchez has received interest from multiple teams this offseason.
Freddy Sanchez (back) is confident he'll be fully healthy by spring training.
Freddy Sanchez (shoulder) still hopes to make it back this season.
Giants transferred INF Freddy Sanchez from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
Freddy Sanchez will miss the rest of the season following back surgery.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Freddy Sanchez (back) is "not close" to returning.
Freddy Sanchez (back) has resumed throwing.
Freddy Sanchez has received another epidural injection in his lower back.
Freddy Sanchez has reported improvement since receiving an epidural injection in his lower back, but he's yet to be cleared to resume baseball-related activities.
An MRI on Freddy Sanchez's back has revealed inflammation.
Freddy Sanchez saw a back specialist Tuesday and was given an epidural injection.