CARLSBAD, California – Brian Cashman would not bite.
That does not mean Scott Boras will not stop fishing.
The Super Agent, in an interview with MLB Network Radio on Tuesday, moved the view that his top-rated agent, Bryce Harper, was able to move from field to first base. This musculation seemed designed for Yankees, whose first bass situation remains unresolved, as their outfield appears to be sufficiently stored.
“Bryce has his feet, hands and skill to really adapt to the first base,” Boras said.
At the General Directors’ Meetings – where Boras is expected to deal with media on Wednesday – Cashman logged and said, “I do not know” when he asked if Harper could handle such a transition.
“He is obviously extremely talented and athletics” Cashman said.
“We will evaluate everything in the market and how it suits us,” continued Cashman. “I have not talked to Scott yet, but I’m trying to talk to everyone while I’m here.”
With all appearances, Yankees focuses its financial resources on starting pitching. They have signed CC Sabathia for a year and $ 8 million and aim to land two more advanced weapons.