Rumor Central: Brewers interested in Curtis Granderson?

Curtis Granderson is one of several veterans with expiring contracts who are being shopped by the Mets. Richard Mackson/USA TODAY Sports

The Milwaukee Brewers have "shown interest" in New York Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson, but the talks have "yet to advance," tweets veteran writer Ken Rosenthal.

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Granderson, who is in the final months of a four-year, $60 million deal, is hitting just .225/.327/.453 with 13 homers. He could provide depth in center field, where the Brewers are hitting a major league low .222.

Recently promoted Lewis Brinson has started the past two games in center in place of Keon Broxton (.218 BA, .294 OBP).

The 36-year-old Granderson is one of several available Mets with expiring contracts, a group that includes reliever Addison Reed, outfielder Jay Bruce and catcher Rene Rivera. First baseman Lucas Duda was traded to the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday.

-- Doug Mittler