MLB Roundup: Market expected to break open for unsigned lefties

Travis Wood went 4-0 with a 2.95 ERA last season with the Cubs. Dennis Wierzbicki/USA TODAY Sports

A market game of musical chairs seems about ready to start in the next day or two, and once it starts, a number of lefties will probably find landing spots quickly.

Craig Breslow worked out for evaluators on Monday, just one of many lefties still unsigned. Others on the market: Travis Wood, who is respected for his track record and versatility but has caused some concern over his declining strikeout rate (reflected in his swing-and-miss percentage); Boone Logan; J.P. Howell; Jerry Blevins and Charlie Furbush.

The teams seemingly most aggressive in the search for a lefty: