REPORT: Yankees Star Could Be Traded This Offseason As It Seems Like Nobody Is Safe

Other than the Mets and Padres, there was no more disappointing team in all of baseball this season than the New York Yankees.

Looking to get back on track, the Bombers are expected to be one of the busiest teams in the offseason as the club hopes to get back to the playoffs in 2024.

According to SNY, one player who could find himself playing elsewhere in 2024 could end up being infielder Gleyber Torres.

“(Anthony Volpe) and (Oswald Peraza) have bright futures, but the fact that they haven’t shown the consistent offensive output Torres has should help Brian Cashman and the front office realize that they may need to not lean so heavily on their kids just yet,” Phillip Martinez said.

“I’ve been a proponent of trading Torres for quite some time, and teams called the Yankees for his services at the trade deadline, so organizations are taking notice.

“That gives the front office some maneuverability if a great deal falls into their laps next season, or if the team underperforms again and they have to pivot to recoup some assets. But whether he’s used all season or as a trade chip, Torres should return to the Yankees.”

Should the Yankees trade Torres?

In the bigger picture, what do they need to do this offseason to get the organization back on track?