Highly-touted Cuban prospect Yoan Moncada conducted a second private workout with the New York Yankees early Wednesday evening in Tampa, according to the New York Post.
The Yankees, along with the Dodgers and Red Sox, have long been rumored to be the frontrunners to land the 19-year-old switch-hitting infielder.
Such franchises with deep pockets are natural destinations for Moncada due to the 100 percent tax applied to teams -- like the Yankees and Dodgers -- that have exceeded their international signing limits this signing period, which expires in July.
Moncada, who turns 20 in May, became a free agent due to a rule change early this month and is free to sign with a team. And reports have indicated that he would like to do so soon; pitchers and catchers have begun to report to spring training.
Moncada, 6-foot-2 and 205 pounds, has also reportedly worked out for the Padres, Rangers, Rays, Tigers and Brewers.
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