Friday, September 19, 2014

Headley Open to 2015 Yankees Return

Yankees Third Basemen Chase Headley is open to returning to the team in 2015, he told The Journal News before yesterday's win over the Blue Jays. 

Headley, who was came over to New York in return for INF Yangervis Solarte July 22, has hit .253 with four home runs and fourteen RBIs in 49 games with them this season, numbers slightly better than than the ones he originally put up with the Padres.

"I would certainly be open to it," Headley said. "I haven't given it a lot of thought. There's going to be plenty of time for that in the offseason. There's a lot of pieces to that puzzle. But I've certainly enjoyed my time here."

Judging my the struggles of his predecessor, it's a safe bet the Yankees have, too. Since his aforementioned trade back in July, Headley has walked off three times for the Yanks, with the latest one coming last night on an Adam Lind error.

"This is a great organization," Headley said. "It would definitely be a place that would be high on the list."

Hopefully that opinion stays alive into December. If so, the Yankees will be set at the position come next year, a happening that'd make using Alex Rodriguez unnecessary.

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