The 29-year-old lefty is coming off the best season of his six-year career with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He posted a 3.15 ERA and 1.05 WHIP with 246 strikeouts in 200 innings across 33 starts. He ranked fourth among MLB starting pitchers in WAR (6.3), per FanGraphs.
In April, Corbin told Bob Nightengale of USA Today his entire family grew up cheering for the Yankees in Clay, New York, a suburb of Syracuse.
"It would definitely be great to play there," he said. "I grew up a Yankee fan. My whole family are Yankee fans. My mom, my dad, my grandpa, everybody. Really, every generation of my family has been Yankee fans."
Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia reported Corbin visited the Phils on Tuesday and confirmed he's high on the NL East contender's wish list, too.
Corbin's career numbers are more modest than his 2018 results, highlighted by a 3.91 ERA, but the combination of hitting free agency at his peak and interest from at least two big-market teams willing to spend big bucks on pitching should lead to a lucrative deal for the Chipola College product.
The Yanks will get their chance to try and sway him in their direction Thursday.