New York City is a hot spot for Yankees fans, and now, one of the teams is looking to make a splash.
The New York Post reports that the New York Jets are considering a deal for the Philadelphia Phillies, but there are a couple of problems with the idea: First, the team doesn’t have a lot of money left in its cap, so it’s unclear what the team would be willing to pay for the young stars.
Second, the Phillies are the only team on the market for a right-hander.
That’s something to keep in mind when thinking about the potential deal.
The team’s payroll is roughly $160 million, but it’s also down a bit in 2016 from last year.
That means there’s room to improve and the team could still have some young arms.
This would be a major coup for the team, as it would give them a left-handed reliever.
This could also give them some help on defense, where the team was very reliant on pitchers this year.
This might be the perfect time for a deal, especially considering the Phillies could be looking to rebuild at the major league level.