Could Eduardo Nunez find his way back to the Bronx?

As the new year begins, the Yankees still have glaring holes at second and third base created by trade (Starlin Castro) and free agency (Todd Frazier). While bringing back the popular Frazier makes a ton of sense, finances could be an immovable object.

According to MLB.com's Bryan Hoch, there's a chance youngsters like, say, Gleyber Torres and Tyler Wade could man half of the infield on opening day in April. But don't count out a veteran arriving to provide some cover.

More likely, one of those positions will be manned by someone not currently in the organization. The Yankees expressed interest in the Orioles' Manny Machado and have been in contact with free agent third baseman Todd Frazier. A reunion with Eduardo Nunez is another option.