MLB trade rumors: Yankees expect to move starter Sonny Gray, ‘a lot of teams’ interested
The Yankees could have multiple options if they decide to move Sonny Gray.
New York expects to trade the 28-year-old starter this offseason, general manager Brian Cashman told reporters Monday. He said there are “a lot of teams” interested in dealing for Gray.
Brian Cashman says he has been in talks with several teams about Sonny Gray and has full expectations of trading him this winter.
Cashman said he has “ a lot of teams” interested in Sonny Gray.
The Yankees acquired Gray from the Athletics at the 2017 trade deadline. He registered a 4-7 record with a 3.72 ERA in 11 starts that season.
Gray, however, struggled throughout 2018, tallying an 11-9 record and a 4.90 ERA in 30 appearances. He was removed from the rotation and placed in the bullpen in August.
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The Yankees were reportedly considering dealing Gray to a small market team around the trade deadline last season.
Gray recorded a 3.42 ERA in 114 games with Oakland before he was dealt to New York.
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