Nolan Arenado has one year of team control remaining with the Colorado Rockies before he heads for a massive contract in free agency, and there has been some talk that the team could trade him before then. If that does happen, it is unlikely it will be this winter.
Andy Martino of SNY.tv reported last week that the New York Yankees have internally discussed the possibility of trading for Arenado at some point between now and during the upcoming season. One source told Martino that the Yankees have likely already spoken with the Rockies about a potential deal.
However, Matthew Cerrone of SNY’s MetsBlog.com has heard that the Rockies are not serious about trading Arenado and are merely trying to get a feel for what his value will be when he becomes a free agent.