In their hunt for starting pitching, the New York Yankees are reportedly looking at a trio of potential aces in Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, and James Paxton, according to Jon Heyman of Fancred Sports.

With the general manager meetings underway, the Yankees' top brass has a scheduled meeting with the Cleveland Indians - the current employer of both Kluber and Carrasco.

Late last week a report surfaced that Cleveland would be open to part with either of their top aces.

Entering his age-33 season, Kluber has won two Cy Young awards and was announced as a finalist for a third Monday.

The right-hander and three-time All-Star is coming off his first 20-win season, posting a 2.89 ERA and 3.12 FIP over a league-leading 215 innings. Under team control for three more seasons, Kluber is due a maximum of $52.5 million.

Meanwhile, the 31-year-old Carrasco is coming off a second-straight dominant campaign after freak injuries prevented him from reaching his ceiling earlier in his career.