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One in an occasional series tracking the movements of former Cubs.
1. DJ LaMahieu.
Yankees view DJ LeMahieu as a Ben Zobrist-type of athlete--can move around to different spots,+ defender, helps address the manager's daily lineup challenges. They love Manny Machado as a player, but idea of another huge contract a concern, with Stanton, and Judge payday looming.— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) January 11, 2019
Another reason why the Yankees like LeMahieu: He consistently puts the ball in play. Has accumulated 100 strikeouts in a season once in his career. Yankees have some really big K hitters in their lineup, so LeMahieu gives them a different look.— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) January 11, 2019
2. Donn Roach.
3. Clayton Richard.
4. Anthony Bass.
5. Casey Coleman.
6. Justin Grimm.
7. Jon Jay.
8. Jaime Garcia.
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