Yankees Player Targets
Would the Yankees consider a reunion with Big Mike five years after last donned pinstripes?
As enjoyable as his first stint in the Bronx may have been, the Yankees do not need another corner outfielder.
Carlos Martínez works only as a minor league free agent with an invite to spring training, and nothing more.
Big Country set career marks in 2021, but were the gains he made sustainable?
The 30-year-old lefty is one of the few remaining impact starting pitchers on the free agent market.
Could Iglesias be the worst shortstop option available?
The former Buc lost spin rate and effectiveness in Atlanta after MLB banned sticky stuff, but makes for an interesting reclamation project.
The Yankees lacked players with defensive versatility — something Villar has in spades.
New York might as well do their due diligence, despite the likelihood the veteran lefty winds up back with the Dodgers or with his hometown Rangers.
Collin McHugh was elite for Tampa Bay in 2021.
Michael Conforto may be that lefty bat the Yankees need.
His performance is fine for a back-end starter, but he can’t stay healthy
Despite his playoff heroics, Eddie Rosario just doesn’t seem like a fit for the Yankees.
The former Yankee Game Ender is looking to give his career second life.
If the Yankees are looking to add depth to their bullpen, they can do a lot worse than Brad Boxberger.
After a couple successful years in Japan, could the flamethrower be a bullpen option for the Yankees?
Kenley Jansen remains an elite reliever, and could leave LA.
He would be limited to first base, where the infield defense is bad enough already