New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman is shopping for starting pitching, looking at left-handers Patrick Corbin, J.A. Happ, and Dallas Keuchel. But reinforcements are needed for the bullpen with Zach Britton and David Robertston hitting free agency. Watch video
UPDATE: MLB Network’s Jon Morosi reports the Cardinals are interested in Andrew Miller.
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— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) November 7, 2018
Lance Lynn, Zach Britton and David Robertson are free agents, and none is assured of returning to the Bronx.
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SNY’s Andy Martino reports the Yankees could look to an old friend on the open market:
Both the Yankees and Mets have expressed interest in free agent reliever Andrew Miller, but he is not close to a deal with either team.
Coming off a down year caused by patellar tendinitis in his left knee, Miller is seeking a multi-year deal, according to major league sources. Interested teams are waiting to see if the medicals give them pause, and hope that an offseason of rest will restore Miller’s health.
The 33-year-old Miller made 37 appearances in 2018, going 2-4 with two saves and a 4.24 ERA.
But he was an All-Star in 2016 and 2017, when he compiled a 1.44 ERA over 127 appearances.
Miller is well-traveled in his 13-year career.
He came up with the Detroit Tigers in 2006, before moving on to the Florida Marlins in 2008, Boston Red Sox in 2011 and the Baltimore Orioles in 2014.
Miller signed a four-year, $36 million contract with the Yankees in December of 2014.
Frazier and Sheffield now represent two of the top prospects in the Yankees’ system.
If the Yankees do end up with Miller, wouldn’t it be something if he helped the big league team in 2019 before Frazier and Sheffield
— Andy Martino (@martinonyc) November 7, 2018
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