It's unclear at this point which other teams are in the running to sign Parra, who is said to be seeking a three- or four-year contract. The Angels have been linked to the veteran throughout the offseason, but they are not one of the finalsts, according to the Orange County Register.
Parra, who can play all three outfield positions, has won two Gold Glove Awards and is a career .277 hitter over seven big league seasons. He split time with the Brewers and Orioles in 2015, hitting a combined .291 with 14 home runs and 51 RBIs.
Two Cuban prospects declared free agents
One of the most intriguing prospects in international scouting circles, Cuba's Lazaro Robersy Armenteros Arango, also known as "Lazarito," was declared a free agent by MLB, reports MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez.
The Cubs, Dodgers, Giants and Royals are all in the mix for Armenteros, a 16-year-old outfielder.
His countryman Randy Arozarena, 20, has also been declared a free agent, according to Baseball America. The infielder/outfielder will reportedly hold a showcase Jan. 22 in Mexico.
Both players will be subject to the international signing guidelines because of their age and experience and will be eligible to sign with a team starting Feb. 10.
Marlins interested in Francoeur
The Marlins are looking into a couple of right-handed hitters, including veteran outfielder Jeff Francoeur, according to Heyman.
Francoeur, who turned 32 last week, hit .258 with 13 home runs in 119 games with the Phillies in 2015.
Floyd has been limited by injuries to 21 appearances (14 starts) over the last three seasons, though he's posted a 3.33 ERA in limited action. He made seven relief appearances for the Indians last season.
The O's have previously used mini-camp to host tryouts and extend Spring Training invitations.
Austin Laymance is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.