Free-agent pitcher J.A. Happ knows what he wants, but are teams prepared to give it to him?
The 36-year-old left-hander has indicated he'll sign with the first team that offers him a guaranteed third year, sources told Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports, who also reports the pitcher has multiple two-year offers, with most coming from contenders.
With Patrick Corbin off the board, Happ has been targeted by multiple teams.
As of Monday, Happ was reportedly engaged in "ongoing dialogue" with the Phillies, who he played for from 2007-10.
In addition, the Astros have been in contact with Happ in recent days, a source told Jon Morosi of MLB Network.
After beginning last season in Toronto, the veteran starter was a perfect 7-0 for the Yankees after he was acquired in a July trade.
Along with his impeccable record, Happ also authored a 2.69 ERA and 1.05 WHIP in 11 starts for New York.
Over the course of his 12-year career, Happ owns a 109-82 record with a 3.90 ERA in more than 1,500 innings pitched.