The 2014 MLB season may have just started, but after one month of play teams around the league are already starting to know what spots on the roster need an upgrade.
New York is leading the AL East, but the Yankees have some big concerns with their starting pitching staff as injuries and a poor start from C.C. Sabathia have management and fans concerned.
Ken Davidoff of the NY post reported these problems and a possible solution with the GM Brian Cashman making a deal to acquire Jeff Samardzija of the Chicago Cubs.
Samardzija is off to a hot start for Chicago, but with the Cubs struggling to win baseball games, rumors have started about potential moves before the MLB trade deadline.
New York is not the only team that will have interest in the 29-year-old as Toronto and the LA Angels could also be in the market for another starting pitcher. Cashaman may need to make a decision quickly or risk losing the hard thrower to another team.