Anthony Rizzo will be one of the targets of the New York Yankees once the free agent market of the MLBAccording to Ken Rosenthal The Athletic, who spoke via Zoom with fellow communicator Billy Reinhardt on Friday night.
“Many want me to come back and I think it will,” Rosenthal said. “The problem is in the money that Rizzo is going to ask for. If the Yankees reach an agreement that benefits both, then the southpaw could end his career in New York. He knows they want him, but he also wants to stay,” he said.
The opportunity Corey Kluber received to pitch in 2021 with the Yankees did not have a good result, according to reporter Billy Reinhardt, who assured that the right-hander will not return to the team for next season.
“I thought that Kluber could be the third or fourth starter for 2022, but with the little that he showed during the past seasons plus injuries, it will not be a resource that they will seek to make up the rotation that will have Gerrit Cole and Luis Severino fixed,” Reinhardt said in the introduction to the conversation he had on Friday with various journalists covering the Yankees.
Andrelton simmons he came close to making it to the Yankees before the major league trade deadline, SNY’s Andy Martino said in a report.
However, the transfer could not be completed and the Bronx team had to make movements in their infield that took Gio Urshela to shortstop and Gleyber Torres to second base, to obtain better results in defense.
Former Yankees player Bernie Williams assured that Aaron boone He will continue to lead the team during the 2022 season. The former outfielder and World Series champion’s assertion was made public in a conversation with Carlos Baerga on Saturday night.
“I think they are not going to move Boone because (Brian) Cashman appreciated all the efforts he made to win during the season. He put the best he could on the field and that has a weight in the decision,” said Williams who was joins Tino Martinez, another former franchise player, who said a while ago that Boone would not be fired from his position.