Report: Yanks are in talks with A.J. Pierzynski

According to a tweet from Phil Rogers of the Chicago Tribune, the Yankees are in talks with A.J. Pierzynski.

According to executives with other teams, the Yankees are in talks to sign A.J. Pierzynski. Certainly seems like a good fit for both sides.

Pierzynski, 35, batted 278/.326/.501/.827 for the Chicago White Sox in 2012 with 27 home runs and 77 RBI. That would certainly replace Martin’s production in the lineup and he’s a veteran catcher who could probably work well with the pitching staff.

This could be an interesting development.

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13 thoughts on “Report: Yanks are in talks with A.J. Pierzynski

  1. He is a great guy who will stop and talk to fans at any time unlike many players he is good for the game

  2. Two years would give Romine a chance to spend more time in Triple A and to see if he can stay healthy for the season. It would also pretty much give J.R. Murphy the Yankees prospect the next 2 season to get through Double A (where he spent a short time last year) and Triple A. If all goes well he should be ready by the 2015 season if not a little sooner.

  3. Looks like the next 24 to 48 hours are going to be very interesting for Cashman and Company. He seems to be juggling a lot balls right now. And from this fans perspective there is no one better.

  4. If its ONE year, who cares? Beggars can't be choosers – but the Yankees are only BEGGARS in 2014. Its starting to look like what – maybe 2003, 2004 redux?