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The Giants have addressed two offseason priorities this week by reportedly agreeing to deals with reliever Sergio Romo and starter Jake Peavy.
[RELATED: Giants, Peavy agree to two-year deal]
But they still need to address who will play third base in 2015.
A USA Today report from December 9 connected the Giants to Braves third baseman Chris Johnson in a possible deal centered around outfielder Justin Upton.
Despite Upton now out of the picture - he was traded to the Padres on Friday - the Giants "remain interested" in acquiring Johnson, according to he New York Post.
#Sfgiants remain interested in #Braves 3b Chris Johnson— Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) December 19, 2014
Johnson is coming off a season in which he hit .263 with 27 doubles, 10 home runs and 58 RBI. In Johnson finished second in the National League with a .321 batting average.
He is owed $22.5 million over the next three seasons, with a $10 million team option or $1 million for 2018.