Will the Yankees look to sign Michael Conforto as a possible replacement for Aaron Judge?

Michael Comfort He is one of the free agents that are still available on the market. This has made various organizations interested in taking over their services even after the 2022 Season of the MLB. New York Yankees might consider signing to ex-New York Mets before the possibility of the departure of Aaron Judge at the end of the campaign.

Brian Cashman offered interviews to the media recently and among the various topics on which he was questioned was the possibility of being interested in hiring Michael Conforto, who is in free agency.

The general manager (GM) of the New York Yankees declared that “he hopes that (Joey) Gallo and (Aaron) Hicks do a good job” during the campaign and that “they do not have to look for other options”.

However, Cashman added that the injury issue could cause them to consider “never say never,” so the possibility of the ex-New York Mets coming to the Bronx isn’t entirely out of the question.

The New York Yankees could also think of another outfielder for the not too distant future, since at the moment there is no long-term contract with one of their stars, Aaron Judge, and he would leave at the end of MLB 2022.

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Will the Yankees look to sign Michael Conforto as a possible replacement for Aaron Judge?