According to a Jim Bowden tweet, Houston Astros GM Ed Wade will listen to all offers for Wandy Rodriguez.
Rodriguez is somewhat pricy for a No. 3 caliber starter—he's due $23 million over the next two years and could receive another $13 million in 2014 depending on his performance—but, if the Yankees can't land any other starters, he's a decent option.
In 2011, Rodriguez went 11-11 with a 3.49 ERA and 1.31 WHIP.
In August, the Colorado Rockies claimed Rodriguez off waivers, but the deal died when Colorado adamantly opposed trading Wilin Rosario and Drew Pomeranz. This gives us a hint of what Houston wants: a catcher and a pitcher.
The Yankees have a bevy of young catchers, including Jesus Montero, Austin Romine, Gary Sanchez and Francisco Cervelli. They wouldn't swap Montero for Rodriguez, but the others might be options, especially if Brian Cashman becomes desperate to land another starter.
With pitchers Manny Banuelos and Dellin Betances likely off the table, the Yankees still have a few pitching prospects that might be of interest to Houston. The Yankees would certainly consider trading Adam Warren and David Phelps.