After opting out of his minor-league contract with the Yankees on Sunday, Kevin Millwood will be able to hear from other teams later today. He was not allowed to speak to other teams for 24 hours after opting out of his minor-league contract with the Yankees on Sunday.
"I am waiting to see which teams have interest, if any. That's pretty much it," Millwood told Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun. "I'm ready. I definitely still want to pitch."
Millwood, 36, is currently is at his home in Georgia. He made three minor-league starts for the Yankees in April -- one at Double-A and two at Triple-A. On Thursday, he allowed six runs and seven hits in just two innings on Thursday. He had a 4.50 ERA in his three starts. With Bartolo Colon and Freddy Garcia pitching well for the Yankees, Millwood was superfluous.
The Orioles, Connolly writes, have "mild interest" in the right-hander, who was 4-16 with a 5.10 ERA for Baltimore last season.For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @cbssportsmlb on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed.