And I said the Yankees wouldn't be making any big moves today. Silly me. While the rest of MLB was wheeling and dealing with actual players of significance this morning, the Yanks went out and added themselves another potential piece of the infield puzzle. If you aren't familiar with Noonan's body of work, here are the essentials:
- Career .219/.261/.238 hitter in 111 Major League at-bats, all of which came in 2013 for the Giants.
- Career .262/.316/.368 hitter in 3,300+ MiL at-bats over 8 seasons in the SF system.
- Plays mostly second base and shortstop; has played a little bit of third.
Looks like Jonathan Galvez just got himself some serious competition to make it to the final roster cut in spring camp. Who needs starting pitching when you have this many flexible infielders at your disposal? Right, Mike Woodson?