The New York Yankees are still looking for ways to strengthen the squad for the 2022 season in the MLB and in the market they have found the interest of other organizations for their relievers.
“We have a lot of teams asking about our bullpen,” said the Yankees general manager. Brian Cashman to nj.com this week in Carlsbad, California. “We will be acquiring some and eventually we could trade others.”
At the moment it has not been clear if in New York are there any untouchable relievers or if they are open to hearing offers for any member of the bullpen.
Recently it was believed that Javier Baez could look to reach an agreement with the New York Mets soon to have some insurance against the presence in the market of shortstop free agents such as Carlos Correa, Corey Seager, Trevor Story and Marcus Semien.
But analysts from the MLB portal believe that the Puerto Rican can now feel comfortable waiting, especially if his intention is to continue playing at shortstop.
In a recent analysis, ESPN’s Buster Olney surveyed a group of evaluators who think the two strongest possibilities for Baez are the Mets and the Chicago Cubs.
A shoulder injury suffered by Houston Astros outfielder Jake Meyers in the American League Division Series led him to undergo surgery this week to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder.
Houston’s idea was for Meyers to start center field on Opening Day 2022, but the team said the 25-year-old won’t be ready for the start of the season.
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