Nashville, TN (Sports Network) - Free agent outfielder Grady Sizemore may have trouble finding a home this offseason after undergoing yet another microfracture surgery.
Sizemore had the procedure done on his right knee back in September after having similar surgery on his left knee back in 2011. Normally, it takes between nine and 12 months to recover from that type of operation.
A three-time All-Star, Sizemore is several years removed from his best years, when he played at least 157 games in four straight seasons from 2005-08. He hit 107 homers during the stretch with an average on-pace percentage better than .371.
Sizemore's option was declined by Cleveland last season, but the Indians signed him to a $5 million one-year deal. However he did not play a single game for the Tribe due to a herniated disc in his back and pain in both knees.
He has appeared in a total of just 104 games over the last three seasons.