Trevor Story seems to have gotten off the Yankees radar

Although New York Yankees manager Brian Cashman confirmed that one of the priorities is looking for a shortstop in the MLB free agent market , one of the potential candidates appears to have been left off the list.

Trevor Story no longer interests the Yankees, according to a report by Bryan Hoch. Story is, along with Corey Seager, Carlos Correa and Andrelton Simmons, one of the elite shortstops who will be available this winter in the majors .

According to Hoch, Story’s poor offensive seasons and little postseason experience are the reasons the Yankees don’t prioritize negotiating with him.

Albert Pujols is not ready for retirement

After finishing the season with the Dodgers, Albert Pujols is already in the Dominican Republic, where he is getting ready to make his debut in LIDOM with Leones del Escogido. There he said he will seek a contract in the majors for 2022.

“I have always said that I will retire when I feel like it is the moment,” Pujols told the MLB portal. “I don’t think the time has come to retire. I don’t want to sit at home next year, knowing that I can still play.”

Charlie Morton will return in the spring

Atlanta Braves pitcher Charlie Morton underwent surgery to correct the fractured right fibula suffered when he was hit by a Yuli Gurriel hit in Game 2 of the World Series.

“What I’ve heard is that the expectation is good that he will recover well and be ready for spring training,” manager Brian Snitker told a news conference on Friday.

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