The Yankees, who fired pitching coach Larry Rothschild on Monday, have interviewed "rising star" Chris Fetter to be his potential replacement, reports Jeff Passan of ESPN.
According to Passan, Fetter has drawn lots of interest from other major league teams, with the Mets among them.
Fetter, 33, has been the assistant coach/pitchers for the University of Michigan since 2018.
Prior to joining Michigan, Fetter served as the pitching coach for Ball State, was a major league scout for the Angels (2013-2015), and assistant pitching coach for the Double-A San Antonio Missions (2013).
A former college pitcher, Fetter was an All-American for Michigan during his pitching career and was a three-time All-Big Ten selection. He is first in Wolverines history with 332.1 innings pitched.
After graduating from Michigan in 2009, Fetter was selected by the Padres in the ninth round of the 2009 MLB Draft. He spent four seasons in the minors -- posting a 3.56 ERA -- before beginning his coaching/scouting career.