Kennedy, who turns 38 next month, sat out all of last year, and is planning to work out for MLB teams in mid January.
(The Chirp) -- There must be something in the water. First former Cardinals starting pitcher Mark Mulder announced he's mounting a comeback attempt at age 36, and now we learn that former, two time Cardinals infielder Adam Kennedy is too.
Kennedy, who turns 38 next month, sat out all of last year, and is planning to work out for MLB teams in mid January. Here's his most recent numbers: .262/.345/.357 with a pair of homers in just over 200 at-bats for the Dodgers in 2012. Kennedy has played in 14 big league seasons, and mostly at second base, but he can play at both corner positions in a pinch.
Kennedy won a World Series with the 2002 Angels and took home ALCS MVP honors on the strength of a three-homer game against the Twins that sent the Halos to the Fall Classic.