Thor is like my last corkscrew swinger left so that would be weird, but anyway, it appears the Braves are shopping the Canadian to anyone willing to listen. Manitoba might be. Shanks and DOB both report, according to MLBTR that Thor is being shopped for a reliever. Here is your team-by-team look.
Arizona - Little Chance - Conor Jackson is very much in the same mold except he's actually producing. What Jackson produced last year is similar to Thor's minor league production.
Baltimore - Pretty Decent Chance - Likely to start at first for the O's is Kevin Millar, who was hardly that productive last year. The O's need youth and potential, which makes it also tough for them to give up a decent young arm. For instance, high-end guys like Radhames Liz and Garrett Olson are pipedreams. However, James Hoey might be a possible target. His major league numbers are pretty bad, but his minors aren't that shabby.
Boston - No Chance - They already have the Greek God of Walks and Casey at the Bat, not to mention Big Papi.
Chi Cubs - No Chance - Lee and Ward in the fold.
ChiSox - No Chance - Konerko and Thome just keep a third ugly white guy from joining the team. In a pinch, Swish has a first baseman glove.
Cincy - Little Chance - If Scott Hatteberg was hurt and Joey Votto sucked, maybe they would be interested.
Cleveland - Little Chance - The Indians have a glut of players capable of playing first, including Andy Marte. Just don't see them adding another, but stranger things have happened.
Colorado - No Chance - They already have Helton and a scramble for at-bats with Nix, Stewart, and Atkins.
Detroit - Little Chance - The Tigers have Carlos Guillen at first and Mike Hessman behind him. Thor could be useful there, but I can't see the Tigers taking the bait. They still have to find at-bats for Brandon Inge around the field/DH.
Florida - Decent Chance - I actually think Florida might be interested. Mike Jacobs has failed to reach the .800 OPS plateau each of his first two full seasons. They might be willing to go in a different direction.
Houston - No Chance - The Astros have Mark Loretta and Geoff Blum, capable backups, behind Lance Berkman.
Kansas City - Little Chance - Dayton loves former Braves farmhands, but he already has enough first baseman's to figure from. I think Ryan Shealy will get another chance.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim - No Chance - Too many already.
Los Angeles Dodgers - No Chance - Loney FTW
Milwaukee - No Chance - There's this fat guy at first they like.
Minnesota - No Chance - They don't need more unproductive infielders.
New York Mets - No Chance - Technically, they could use him to backup Delgado. But, um, they wouldn't trade for Thor.
New York Yankees - Little Chance - Barring injury, they are set with Giambi at first and Damon DHing. But tomorrow could be completely different.
Oakland - Little Chance - Too many damn 1B/LF types as it is. Hey, maybe we can get Devine for Thor...
Philly - No Chance - They currently have Helms to backup Howard.
Pittsburgh - No Chance - Dammit, we shouldn't have given them LaRoche.
San Diego - No Chance - Adrian Gonzalez and Tony Clark anyone?
San Francisco - Pretty Decent Chance - The Giants are in a state of transition and you have to think San Francisco would be reasonable. Dan Ortmeier has been moved to first to compete for the spot with Rich Aurilla. Yay. Patrick Misch, a lefty, would be reasonable and probably would get a second lower minor league player. Another lefty with much higher ceiling, Jonathan Sanchez, has had injury problems. Justin Hedrick and Dave McKae wouldn't be horrible either.
Seattle - Decent Chance - Maybe Thor could push Sexson to play a little better. A young fireballer like Kameron Mickolio would definitely be reasonable to the Mariners. The M's best options are already in the bigs and likely to be tough to get. Ryan Rowland-Smith wouldn't be too terrible.
St. Louis - No Chance - They have some guy named Pujols...
Tampa Bay - Little Chance - If they didn't have such a tough time finding at-bats for everyone already on the team, I would think they would be willing to go after Thor.
Texas - Decent Chance - Ben Broussard is their frontrunner with Salty maybe getting a game or two a week there. Teix's former team could use Teix's current backup. Eric Hurley, A.J. Murray, and Daniel Herrera would all be decent finds for Thor.
Toronto - Little Chance - Lyle Overbay is a good player and AL teams struggle to add a straight backup to the team at first, but the Blue Jays might want the Canadian.
Washington - No Chance - As much as the Nats love the Braves' trash, first base is one of their positions of strength. Well, as much strength as Dimitri Young and Nick Johnson present.