The Yankees, in dire need of a setup man, eventually will target the best available late-inning relievers — the Rockies' Huston Street, Diamondbacks' Chad Qualls and Astros' Jose Valverde. In fact, they already have expressed interest in Street, according to major-league sources.
Each of those pursuits, however, would be complicated.
The Rockies, lacking an internal replacement for Street, do not plan to trade him until just before the July 31 non-waiver deadline, if they trade him at all. Don't look now, but the Rockies' eight-game winning streak has left the team only 4 1/2 games back in the wild-card race.
Qualls, meanwhile, recently missed time with forearm tightness. And Valverde has been on the disabled list since April 26 with a right calf strain. The last thing the Yankees would want is a health risk, so other relievers such as the Orioles' Danys Baez also could appear on their wish list.
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Lots of speculation in there. But sounds like picking up Corpas in mid-July could be smart.