Not only will the Yankees have to fill the vacancies created by the potential loss of free-agent relievers David Robertson and Zach Britton, there is a possibility the talented duo could land in their blood rivals’ bullpen. When asked about Robertson, who has a house in Rhode Island, landing a three-year deal with Boston, a person with knowledge of the situation replied, “The Red Sox are in for less.’’ Which means the World Series champions are waiting to see if Robertson’s best offers will be for one or two years. And Britton, who will turn 31 on Dec. 22, could be looked upon by the Red Sox as their closer should Craig Kimbrel leave via free agency. After the Red Sox ended the Yankees’ season in four ALDS games, Britton hinted the winning culture in The Bronx was appealing to him and didn’t close the door on a return to the team he joined at the July 31 trade deadline from the Orioles. He appeared in 25 games for the Yankees and posted a 2.88 ERA in 25 innings. see also Just how stingy the Yankees were with their playoff shares The Yankees not only fell short in the playoffs,… Read full this story
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