Slugging outfielder Yoenis Cespedes has a standing offer from the Washington Nationals but at least 10 teams are thought to have some level of interest in the right-handed power bat.
Cespedes would join former New York Mets second baseman David Murphy in jumping to the National League East rival should he sign a deal that is reportedly worth less than Justin Upton's six-year deal with the Detroit Tigers.
FOX Sports reported Thursday that Cespedes has multiple offers, and the Mets are still involved but thought to be willing to consider only short-term contracts.
Upton signed a six-year, $132.75 million deal with the Tigers on Wednesday.
Cespedes hit .291 with 35 home runs and 91 RBIs last season, split between the Tigers and Mets.
If he doesn't re-sign with the Mets, Cespedes will join a fifth team in 18 months when he finally chooses a home. Spring training begins in less than one month.