The Yankees released Harrison Bader last month, which may have started an outfield revival.
Bader struggled at the plate and the Yankees' offense has been unimpressive this season.
As 2024 approaches, the Yankees need outfielders to fill this and their left field holes. The Yankees' Jasson Dominguez and Everson Pereria are the obvious answers.
With the way New York has generated and kept talent in recent years, besides a few All-Stars, the Yankees may trade to fill this vacuum.
Enter St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Dylan Carlson. Brendan Kuty of The Athletic said this matchup is virtually perfect for an offseason trade when addressing Dominguez's future with New York and the outfield.
The Cardinals are one of the top sellers in the MLB, and the Yankees were interested in Carlson during the 2023 MLB trade deadline.
Carlson could play outfield for the Yankees, providing them a youthful, team-controlled alternative for years.
This trade deadline conversation might happen in the 2023 offseason as we approach 2024.
Keston Hiura was a bright young Brewers prospect a few seasons back. Hiura dominated Single-A pitching after being drafted in the first round in 2017.