The Yankees were among the teams on hand for Troy Tulowitzki's workout earlier this week, according to Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports, who reports the Red Sox, Cubs, Padres, Angels, Giants, White Sox, Orioles, Phillies, Tigers, Pirates and other teams were also in attendance.
The 34-year-old Tulowitzki, who was released last week by the Blue Jays (who are on the hook for the $38 million due to him), hasn't played since July of 2017.
Tulowitzki recently dealt with bone spurs in both heels, but said he's refreshed after missing all of 2018. And according to his agent, he's willing to play second base and third base in addition to shortstop.
"I think I needed to get myself right, mentally and physically," Tulowitzki said, according to Brown. "I took a year off to get myself right. I'm looking forward to playing the game I love."
Any team that signs Tulowitzki will only be on the hook for the major league minimum. So if he's right physically, there should be a long line of suitors.
The last time he played anything close to a full season was 2016, and though he wasn't his old self, Tulowitzki was still pretty productive, hitting .254/.318/.443 with 24 homers and 21 doubles in 131 games.