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Edmonds doesn't seem to know when to quit

Despite an injury plagued season that included his 40th birthday in June, former Cardinals centerfielder Jim Edmonds is still kicking around the idea of coming back for one more go-round in 2011.

Jon Heyman, of, quotes Jimmy Ballgame's agent Paul Cohen on the subject of whether he'll be back: " it depends what week i talk to him."

If Edmonds does play again, I wonder where it would be. Would he play for the Reds and former St. Louis GM Walt Jocketty to try to be a thorn in the side of the Cardinals once again? Or would he play for the Astros or Pirates in hopes of completing his tour of the teams in the National League Central?

Edmonds hit .286 with Milwaukee last season prior to being shipped to Cincinnati. After he joined the Reds, he hit only .207 over 13 games because of leg injuries. Edmonds played 86 games overall last season with a .276 batting average and 11 homers.