Aaron Judge may be willing to move out of right field in order to make room for Bryce Harper, but Yankees manager Aaron Boone does not think he will have to worry about that.
"Well, I don't think that scenario is a realistic one for us at this point," Boone said on Tuesday at the Thurman Munson Dinner at the Grand Hyatt, per Brendan Kuty of NJ.com.
Harper, 26, remains unsigned just one week before pitchers and catchers report around the league.
He is one of several free agents, including other high-profile All-Star Manny Machado, that are still in need of a new home for next season.
The Yankees are not believed to be in on Harper and did have interest in Machado, although that has waned after signing infielders Troy Tulowitzki and DJ LeMahieu.
While the general rule of thumb is to never count the Yankees out of anyone until they sign with another team, Boone added at the dinner that the Yankees have a "complete team" and are likely done with major personnel moves.
"I think our team is pretty much said," Boone said. "Obviously, things happen that force Brian [Cashman] and his staff to pivot on certain things but I think it's safe to assume that we're going to Spring Training with the team we expect to have."
Added Boone: "You never say never, but I would also say that we're anticipating that we have a great team right now and we feel like we have a complete team that's ready to go compete for a championship."