Yankees: Three players who could still be traded before Opening Day

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The Yankees will be considered World Series favorites heading into next season whether they make another move or not to improve their roster before the offseason ends. However, that doesn’t mean another move isn’t coming, specifically a trade considering all the rumors that are still floating around.

Across the board, in every area, the Yankees roster looks pretty set heading into the 2020 season. They’re as deep a team as there is in the majors and the clear cut favorites to win it all for what seems like the first time in a very long time.

There really isn’t anything else this Yankee team needs to help them reach their sky-high expectations but GM Brian Cashman is always looking at ways to improve his club. It’s doubtful we’ll see any more big blockbuster moves this offseason, but I still don’t think he’s done building this roster so I’d expect another move to be made before we reach Spring Training.

The free-agent market doesn’t have much to offer the Yanks anymore at this point in the winter so a trade seems more likely. Because the roster doesn’t really have any more pressing needs to take care of a potential trade could be made just to clear up cap space or to open up a spot on the 40-man roster to make the Brett Gardner signing official.

Or I could be totally wrong and Cashman could shock all of us and go for the jugular by acquiring someone like Brewers relief ace Josh Hader. Either way, I don’t think he’s done making moves which is why I think one of these three Yankees could be dealt before the offseason comes to an end.