The Yankees continue to bring in more reinforcements.
The organization signed utility infielder Brad Miller on Monday to a minor-league contract, the team announced.
Miller, 29, can play all four positions in the infield, as well as some outfield, as the injury-plagued Yankees try to stock up their minor-league depth, having called up every position player on the 40-man roster.
Miller began his career with the Mariners and has played with the Rays, Brewers and most recently Indians.
He is a career .240/.313/.409 hitter and hit seven home runs with 29 RBI in 75 games last year with the Rays and Brewers.
Miller replaces Thairo Estrada on the Yankees' Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes Barre roster after Estrada was recalled to replace an injured Aaron Judge.