According to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick, Bobby Abreu plans to play winter ball in hopes of making a comeback in 2014.
Abreu failed to land a contract this winter, so he is currently focusing on business ventures in his native Venezuela, but he's not ready to turn the page on his playing career. "Bobby still thinks he has something left to offer," said Abreu's agent, Peter Greenberg. "He still thinks he can help somebody, and he has some personal milestones that would probably be nice to cross." Abreu, who turns 40 next March, needs 13 home runs and one stolen base to be a 300-400 man for his career. He might be hard-pressed to get that opportunity.