Yankees Player Targets
Could an old enemy turn into a valuable friend come 2024?
Vladdy Jr. would fit in really nicely in pinstripes, even if it’s a supreme long shot.
With 20-homer power, a low walk rate, and a big arm for left field, Gurriel makes for an intriguing free agent case.
Hernández is inconsistent and his on-base skills are far from elite, but he could provide some much-needed impact power in the middle of the Yankees lineup.
Meadows hasn’t logged a full season since 2021, but he has a strong track record at the plate.
The right-hander was enjoying a bounceback campaign before a waiver-wire bonanza.
The two-time All-Star was non-tendered by the Brewers, but shoulder capsule injuries carry massive risk for pitchers.
The switch-hitting third baseman would be an instant boost to the Bombers’ lineup.
The opportunity to sign a 25-year-old superstar is seldom seen in free agency.
Well, well, well, we (could) meet again, Monty.
Once linked to the Bombers at the deadline, Bellinger is already viewed as a prime future Yankee. But is it now worth pursuing him in free agency?
The unicorn is officially on the market