At least according to a source of the NY Daily News, who says the Yankees aren't going to go hard after Werth because he's not sure he could fit in.

There's a lot of qualifiers there, folks.  

Mark Feisand reports:

According to a source, the Yankees aren't planning to make a hard charge for Crawford or Jayson Werth, the top two offensive free agents available this winter.

Brett Gardner's breakout year, Nick Swisher's solid season and the late-season emergence of Curtis Granderson have the Yankees convinced that paying top dollar for an outfielder isn't the most sensible way to spend their money.

"Unless they parted with one of those guys, I'm not sure where they would fit," the source said of Crawford and Werth.


Cool, so he'll be going to Boston.