is citing a Boston Globe article that says the Yankees might have shown some interest in disgruntled A's infielder Bobby Crosby.

Bobby Crosby has been playing some third after the A's traded for Cabrera, auditioning for a job. So far, he looks very stiff at third, and according to one scout, "You can tell he's resisting this with every bone in his body. He wants to play short, and that shows in his body language." The Yankees and Cubs have been watching, but neither has bitten.

This is probably much ado about nothing if he isn't willing to play third, since that would be the only reason the Yankees would have any interest in him in the first place. That assertion could be wrong though if it turns out there is more to Robinson Cano's injury situation than meets the eye.