Hal Steinbrenner and the Yankees aren’t finished this offseason.
Even though Spring Training is right around the corner, Steinbrenner assured the fans that the team is not done making moves and that they’ve “got some work to do.” While sticking to the plan of getting below payroll for 2014, Steinbrenner also added that he would only let that happen if he felt the team was “championship-caliber.”
He acknowledged the team’s need for another hitter, and the answer may be in the nation’s capital.
When Adam LaRoche resigned with Washington, outfielder Mike Morse was thought to be available; the Yankees came calling quickly.
Yesterday, it was reported that the Yanks had “nothing alive” with regards to Morse, a valuable power-bat in a scarce market. However, according to the YES Network’s Jack Curry, Washington wasn’t ready to listen to trades from other teams, but eventually, the Yanks and Nats will discuss a deal.
Morse, 30, has been in the league since 2005 but was relatively unknown. Afte