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The New York Yankees already have a solid core with Juan Soto, Aaron Judge, and Giancarlo Stanton, one of the best hitting trios in MLB. However, the Yankees want to win the World Series for the first time since 2009, which might require them to bolster their roster even further. Their objectives go beyond simply taking first place in the AL East.

Fortunately, the Yankees have until July 30 to make a trade before MLB’s deadline, and a number of notable players may be available. But which player should Brian Cashman, the general manager of the Yankees, pursue?

Jim Bowden of The Athletic recently attempted to project which players, primarily first and second basemen, the Bronx Bombers should watch over the next two months.

Among first basemen, Bowden would prefer to see Josh Bell, Paul Goldschmidt, Yandy Diaz, Pete Alonso, Connor Joe, or Vladimir Guerrero Jr. targeted by the Yankees.

Nolan Gorman, Jonathan India, and Edouard Julien are the second basemen that Bowden thinks the Yankees should target.

Though Bowden has named multiple All-Stars and other complementary players, he still thinks the Yankees will largely hold their current roster and wait for the trade deadline to pass.

Between now and the trade deadline, the Yankees will keep an eye on the right side of their infield in the hopes that both Gleyber Torres, the second baseman, and Anthony Rizzo, the first baseman, will begin to produce at a higher rate. The Yankees will consider their trade options if they don’t. Players like Pete Alonso or Vladimir Guerrero Jr. may become available at first base depending on which teams withdraw from the race, whether specific players sign contract extensions, and other factors. There aren’t many options much superior to Torres at second base. Given right field’s limited dimensions in Yankee Stadium, Gorman’s power would be particularly intriguing. The Yankees, in my opinion, are still more likely to hold out until the deadline.


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