The Yankees aren’t doing anymore major deals, but they will sign players that could eventually help the team.
The Yankees have agreed to a minor league deal with ex-Red Sox Andrew Bailey which also includes incentives. Bailey had surgery to repair a torn labrum in July, but if he has no set-backs in his recovery, he should be ready to pitch by mid-May.
Bailey was a former All-Star while closing games for the Oakland Athletics but injuries riddled his career. However, when he is healthy, he is very effective, holding a career 2.64 ERA.