From before the start of last season, it was concluded that New York Yankees they urgently needed more and better starting pitchers, something that the board ignored.
And, even though the results spoke for themselves, Brian Cashman and company will not yet look for starters in the offseason, at least for the moment, although they have already identified a reliever to reinforce their team.
In this sense, Joel Sherman of The New York Post revealed that the Bronx bombers would be interested in making a change with the Baltimore Orioles to keep the services of Mychal Givens.
Apparently, the Yankees were already interested in Givens but they couldn't convince the Orioles to let it go during the season, which will strengthen your offer for this next winter period.
The Orioles they will ask a lot for their star reliever and it will be necessary to see how far Cashman is willing to go to achieve it, especially considering that the Mules have a very high quality bullpen.