The New York Yankees "have not made much progress" in its attempts to re-sign outfielder Andruw Jones this offseason, the New York Daily News reports, and even though both sides have said they'd like to pair up again, there is now word that he may be heading elsewhere.
Jones has attracted the interst of several other teams, a source tells the Daily News, and one of them is "believed to be" the archrival Boston Red Sox.
Jones hit .247 with 13 home runs and 33 RBIs in 222 at-bats with the Yanks last season, his first year in the Bronx.
The News notes that the Sox could platoon Jones with Josh Reddick or Ryan Kalish in right field and only have Jones face lefty starters.
Another team that had been interested in Jones, according to the Daily News, is the Colorado Rockies, but that is likely over since the Rocks signed Michael Cuddyer.