“This is not something that’s definite,” Woodson said. “It’s an opportunity to look at him and see what he has left, and if he has something left I think it can be a positive for our ballclub.”
Wallace said he retired in 2010 for personal reasons and assumed it was for good. But he said those concerns were resolved, and he’s eager to play again after not seriously considering it before Woodson’s call.
“He’s told me his ideas. He’s told me his plans, and I just want to see if I can fit in there somewhere,” Wallace said. “Like they say: Get in where you fit in.”