Troy Tulowitzki as the A's Second Baseman Could Be a Possibility

The A's are making starting pitching a priority during their offseason quests for improvements. But after some recent news that they may not be bringing second baseman, Jed Lowrie, back, a middle infielder spot could be opening up.

So why not Troy Tulowitzki?

Yes. The shortstop was released by the Blue Jays on Tuesday, making him a free agent.

Susan Slusser of The San Francisco Chronicle was told by Tulo's agent, Paul Cohen, that the 34-year-old would love to play in the Bay Area:

The Jays still owe him $38 million, so he's not necessarily desperate for the money. Plus, he's from the area. He went to Fremont High School in Sunnyvale, Calif. and even grew up an A's fan. 

Why not? 

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