The Yankees have re-signed infielder Donovan Solano to a minor-league deal, according to Baseball America's latest update of its minor-league free agent tracker.
In addition to Solano, New York has also added C Kellin Deglan and LHP Jason Gurka on minor-league deals.
Solano signed a minor-league deal with the Yankees last year and wound up hitting .319 with seven HRs, 67 RBIs, and a league-leading 163 hits in 131 games at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
After being called up to the Yankees in late-September, Solano hit .227 with one HR and two RBIs in nine games.
Deglan hit .194 with nine HRs and 27 RBIs in 83 games with Texas' Double-A affiliate last season. He also threw out 26 percent of potential base-stealers.
Gurka pitched 21.1 innings last year for Colorado's Triple-A affiliate, earning a 1.69 ERA with four saves and 31 strikeouts. He also made six appearances for the Rockies, notching a 9.31 ERA in 9.2 innings.