By AM González
Last week Michael Kay hinted that the Yankees might be working on something big behind the scenes. The fans thought that it could be about Carlos Correa or a possible exchange for Bryan Reynolds. Rick DiPietro, a wide connoisseur of baseball and the MLB, stated that New York could be one of several teams interested in Fernando Tatis Jr.
The Padres signed Tatis Jr. to a 14-year, $340 million contract last August, even with his PED ban, trading him is nearly impossible.
Tatis Jr.’s contract makes him a difficult addition to the Yankees or any team right now despite the athlete being suspended for 80 games in 2022, as well as being involved in a motorcycle accident that kept him out of the game. most of the campaign last year.
To close the matter and unfortunately the fans of the Big Apple, the arrival of the Puerto Rican in New York is not real. Robert Murray was in charge of quelling all the rumors around the Dominican, on Monday, January 9, when he declared:
“Despite the rumors, Fernando Tatis Jr. is not available via trade. The Padres intend to build around him, and his moves this offseason are a reflection of that. He will not be changed ”.