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Blue Jays and others looking at Asdrubal Cabrera to play second base

The Blue Jays are one of a few teams that has emerged as a possibility for available Indians infielder Asdrubal Cabrera.

Cabrera has been the Indians' shortstop but he'd play second for the Jays.

Toronto is not believed to have much money, so Cabrera, with an expiring contract, could fit. Martin Prado and Aaron Hill are considered way too expensive for them.

The Giants also are interested, presumably to play second, as well, Jon Morosi of Fox Sports reported.

Cabrera is hitting .249 with nine homers and 40 RBI.

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