MLB Winter Market: New York Yankees’ Intensified Search for Winning Pieces
As the MLB winter market opens, the New York Yankees are ramping up their efforts. The management of the Bronx team has identified its priority areas and the quest for talented players to assemble a winning team is in full swing.
To ensure a stronger performance in the upcoming Major League season, the Yankees are in dire need of skilled pitchers. However, they also require players to fill specific positions.
Exploring Options from the Arizona Rattlesnakes
If you closely followed the World Series, you may have taken note of potential candidates among the players who proudly wore the Arizona Rattlesnakes jersey. Here are a few acquisitions worth considering.
Phillip Pham: A Viable Option for the Yankees
One position the Yankees are actively seeking to fill is left fielder. A 35-year-old veteran with a decade of experience in the Major Leagues emerges as a potential candidate, despite being a right-handed hitter. When evaluating Pham’s case, two factors may pique the Yankees’ interest. Firstly, he boasts an impressive .421 batting average, along with a home run and three doubles in the World Series with Arizona. Secondly, the Yankees can secure his services on a short-term contract. Pham’s market value stands at $16.7 million for two seasons, equivalent to an annual salary of $8.3 million.