The Yankees have received trade offers for 3B Miguel Andujar and OF Clint Frazier, GM Brian Cashman said on Sirius XM Fantasy Sports Radio on Tuesday.
Cashman said the offers reflect the Yankees' organizational depth but he showed hesitation against rushing to make a move.
"If we do make a trade, we're going to be very careful making that decision," he said, per Bryan Hoch of MLB.com. "The control years of these players, even if they're kind of blocked here today as Clint Frazier happens to be, it doesn't mean they'll be blocked as we move forward. A lot of things can happen, whether it's injuries or another trade that can free something up elsewhere."
Cashman praised both players, noting that they are seen as "next level of guys right now" under Gleyber Torres.
The Yankees have recently shown interest in Gerrit Cole of the Pirates, Michael Fulmer of the Tigers, and Patrick Corbin of the D-Backs.
The Yankees acquired Frazier in 2016 when they traded Andrew Miller to the Indians. Frazier was the fifth overall draft choice in 2013 and picked up his first big league hit in 2017. Andujar, 22, signed with the Yankees in 2011 as an international free agent.
Frazier hit .231 with four homers and 17 RBI in 39 MLB games and Andujar hit .315 while splitting time between Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. He went 3-for-4 and had four RBIs in his major league debut in 2017.