So, remember that time when the Yankees had Martin Prado last season and then traded him and David Phelps to the Miami Marlins to get Nathan Eovaldi? Well, the Yankees might have interest in Prado again–but only if the Yankees original plan for an infielder falls through.
Joel Sherman of the New York Post is reporting the Yankees, Mets and Royals were all interested in the Marlins infielder but only if none of the teams were able to land Ben Zobrist. An American League executive said the Marlins went from saying Prado wouldn’t be traded to at least contemplating offers involving him.
In 73 games, Prado is hitting .273/.312/.369 with the Miami Marlins.