In the wake of acquiring reigning NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton over the weekend, the New York Yankees continue to deal, trading Chase Headley And relief pitcher Bryan Mitchell to the San Diego Padres, and getting back outfielder Jabari Blash in return. Headley played both first and third base for the Yankees this season, hitting .213 with 27 home runs and 76 RBIs, and he was one of the team’s hottest hitters during their stretch run. The deal saves the Yankees $13 million this season, and frees up cash for the Yankees to re-sign Todd Frazier to a team friendly contract, a free agent who the Yankees acquired mid-season. The Yankees also need to address their starting pitching, and will likely try to re-sign C.C. Sabathia, or possibly acquire another starting pitcher. It’s unlikely newly acquired Jabari Blash will make the major league roster, he hit only .213 with 5 home runs and 16 RBIs last season, and the Yankees outfield is extremely crowded. Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Hicks, Brett Gardner, Jacoby Ellsbury and Clint Frazier make the Yankees outfield very deep, and it’s likely that another trade is coming, to free up space in the outfield.