Yanks' Sonny Gray reportedly being pursued by at least six teams
6 monthes ago - By Yardbarker
The New York Yankees received good news last week when CC Sabathia was cleared to resume all baseball activities, and that could result in New York finally parting ways with right-hander Sonny Gray. It has been clear since the start of the offseason that the Yankees want to trade Gray, but those talks cooled after Sabathia underwent a heart procedure. With the left-hander expected to be a part of the Opening Day rotation, Jon Heyman of Fancred Sports reports that at least six teams are expressing interest in acquiring Gray. Yankees GM Brian Cashman was surprisingly candid earlier in the...
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