Although an intriguing option at face value, Asdrúbal Cabrera would probably not be able to fill a utility role with the Yankees.
It’s been almost 20 years since the last true two-sport athlete. How might a modern player be able to pull off playing in both leagues?
If the Yankees are unable to come to terms with Brett Gardner, Kevin Pillar might be the best candidate to replace him.
Miguel Andújar, Tyler Wade and Mike Ford will all need to up their game if they want to be in New York come 2022.
The 29-year-old infielder could offer league-average offense and a good glove for a very cheap price.
After backing up a slew of stars in Los Angeles, Kiké Hernández could certainly do the same in the Bronx.
The formerly light-hitting infielder retooled in 2019 and now has respectable power in addition to being extremely strikeout-averse.