subject: Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys Pablo SandovalPosted: 1:01am, Aug 26, 2017
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Marlins open for business: Yankees, Red Sox searching for infield help

The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, who find themselves embroiled in a heated division race, just like the good ol’ days, are also reaching out to the same team for help.

Those fire sale-loving Miami Marlins are open for business, and guess who’s calling?

The Yankees and Red Sox have each recently informed the Marlins that they custom jerseys have interest in third baseman Martin Prado, according to high-ranking officials with direct knowledge of the preliminary talks. They spoke to USA TODAY Sports on condition of anonymity due to the sensitive nature of the trade talks.

The Yankees also would like to acquire Cleveland Indians Jerseys Marlins power-hitting first baseman Justin Bour.

The Red Sox have been desperate for a third baseman with the struggles of veteran Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys Pablo Sandoval, who’s back on the DL with an ear infection. Yet, even when healthy, Sandoval has produced a meager .646 on-base-plus slugging percentage since joining the team three years ago. It’s the lowest by any Red Sox third baseman with at least 150 starts since 1931, according to the Boston Herald.

The Red Sox, who just signed Jhonny Peralta to a minor-league contract, have used six different third basemen this year. They have combined to hit .200 with 29 RBI. Only the San Francisco Giants and Cleveland Indians have driven in less runs out of their third-base spot.

The Yankees have been canvassing the entire baseball landscape for help at first and third base. They were counting on Greg Bird at first base, but he has played just 19 games this year because of knee and ankle injuries. They designated Chris Carter for assignment and called up Tyler Austin. It’s no secret that Bour’s bat (.293, 18 homers, 50 RBI) and contract ($552,500) would be ideal.

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