Dodgers third base coach Chris Woodward has emerged as a candidate for the Yankees' managerial vacancy, according to MLB.com's Mark Feinsand.
While the Yankees have already interviewed Rob Thomson and Eric Wedge and have an interview with Hensley Meulens scheduled for Friday, they have not yet scheduled an interview with Woodward, according to Feinsand.
Woodward, 41, spent the past two seasons as the Dodgers' third base coach. He previously served as the Seattle Mariners' infield coach and minor league infield coordinator. Woodward also managed the New Zealand team in the 2016 World Baseball Classic.
A 12-year MLB veteran, Woodward hit .239 with 33 home runs and 191 RBIs in 659 career games with five teams.