Report: Yankees scout John Mayberry Jr.
With the Phillies owning the seventh worst record in baseball, it might be time to make some moves to get a fresher and younger lineup in Philadelphia, which would make Mayberry expendable and a very attractive backup first base option or corner outfielder in New York.
Mayberry, 30, has had an up and down career since entering the league in 2009. The right-handed bat broke out in 2011 with the Phillies in a bench role and ended season with a batting average of .273 with 15 HR and 49 RBI. Mayberry struggled in 2012 and 2013, but has seemed to find his way again in 2014, batting .256 with 5 HR and 19 RBI.