Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
After a career year in 2010, infielder Casey McGehee has been on a downward spiral.
McGehee hit .285 with 23 home runs and 104 RBI that year. However, after a dismal 2011 season in which he hit only .223 with 13 home runs and 67 RBI, the Milwaukee Brewers traded McGehee to the Pittsburgh Pirates and brought in free-agent third baseman Aramis Ramirez to take over.
McGehee struggled with the Pirates as well, hitting just .230 with eight home runs and 35 RBI before being dealt to the New York Yankees last July.
McGehee was a forgotten man on the end of the bench for the Yankees, and he's close to a forgotten man now during free agency.
McGehee was seen roaming the lobby at the MLB winter meetings on Tuesday.
With several teams needing help at the corner infield positions this offseason, McGehee is likely to find something.
The New York Yankees are looking for depth now that Alex Rodriguez is shelved for at least the first half of next season.
Other teams are on the hunt for bench depth as well, so McGehee's trip to Nashville may turn out to be fruitful.