The New York Yankees appear to have more moves in mind following their signing of catcher Brian McCann to a five-year contract. Now they appear to be one of the teams inquiring about Los Angeles Dodgers‘ outfielder Matt Kemp, according to the Boston Globe.

The Yankees are one of several teams that have called the Dodgers to inquire about Matt Kemp. Los Angeles has four outfielders (Kemp, Andre Ethier, Carl Crawford, Yasiel Puig) for three spots and are reportedly looking to deal one of the veterans to address a different need on the roster.

Kemp is not the player he once was. The 29 year-old hit .270/.328/.395 (103 wRC+) with six homers and nine stolen bases in 73 games this past season while missing time with shoulder, hamstring, and ankle problems. He had surgery on the ankle a few weeks ago and surgery on the shoulder last winter.