General manager Brian Cashman said that Wang was clocked as high as 92 or 93 mph in the Classic, and that Wang was agreeable to coming in for a tryout. Cashman said that no contract has been signed, but the Yankees would consider offering a Minor League deal to help fill vacancies in the Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre rotation.
"He obviously had a great time while he was here, so I think there was some interest on his part," Cashman said. "I think if he was going to have to do a Minor League deal somewhere, he'd probably prefer it to be here. We're going to take a further look at it."
Wang, who turns 33 on March 31, was 55-26 with a 4.16 ERA over five years with the Yankees from 2005-09, including posting back-to-back totals of 19 wins in 2006 and '07.
His career was interrupted by a right foot injury suffered running the bases in a 2008 Interleague game, and Wang went 6-6 with a 4.94 ERA in 21 games (16 starts) with the Nationals from 2011-12.
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