In Francisco Cervelli, Austin Romine, J.R. Murphy and Gary Sanchez, the Yankees have depth at a position a lot of organizations are naked at.

With Brian McCann in the first season of a five-year deal worth $85 million, Cervelli, Romine and Murphy are competing for the backup job. Sanchez, 21, could start the season at Double-A Trenton.

With major question marks at second (Brian Roberts) and third (Kelly Johnson), Yankees scouts are putting a heavy spring training emphasis at looking for infielders as well as relievers.

The Yankees could deal Cervelli, who is out of options, or Romine, or Murphy. The Yankees, who gave the 21-year-old Sanchez $3 million to sign as a 16-year old, view him as a future everyday major league catcher.

The White Sox were one of several teams to send a scout to Tuesday’s 8-3 Yankees victory over Florida State at George M. Steinbrenner Field, and an industry source said the White Sox are looking for catching.

In addition to the White Sox, the Giants, Tigers, Astros and Twins also had scouts in attendance. Cervelli, Sanchez and Murphy all played in the game.

Second baseman Gordon Beckham, 27, could be made available by the White Sox, but would likely command more than Cervelli or one of the other catchers. The Yankees were somewhat interested at last season’s trade deadline in utility infielder Jeff Keppinger, who turns 33 in April, but had questions about his mobility.