We're almost halfway through the 2013 season and already the Yankees have gone through an extended hot streak and an extended cold streak.
With so many injured regulars, the Yankees have relied on backups to step up and play major roles. Players like Vernon Wells, Travis Hafner and Lyle Overbay excelled in the early going, but have struggled recently. The team sits at 39-33, 3.5 games out of the division lead.
It remains to be seen whether the Yankees will return to being a .500 team or if they'll be able to overcome injuries and make a playoff push. Brian Cashman's strategy approaching the July 31 trade deadline will depend on that.
Here are five key Yankees who will be free agents this offseason and their odds of getting dealt, whether the move would be made to improve the team immediately or to acquire prospects for the future.