The New York Yankees don't have many trade assets this winter, but there are a few players whom general manager Brian Cashman could dangle in potential trades.
Cashman will more than likely spend most of his time gauging the free-agent market, but if the right package comes around, he might be willing to deal some major league-ready players.
Unfortunately for Cashman, his roster isn't exactly chock-full of trade assets. His major league team is old and has little value to other teams, and recent history would suggest that he isn't willing to deal the top talent that is stored in the minors.
There are plenty of teams that would be interested in the minor league prospects, but don't expect Cashman to part with them for just anybody. It'll take some big-time players in return even to consider moving the future of the organization.
With this being the case, look for borderline major leaguers and players who haven't progressed recently to be dangled. If Cashman finds something he likes, then expect him to waste no time in pulling the trigger. After a pretty disappointing 2013, he should be looking for anything to make his roster stronger.