The Yankees finally have found a trade partner for veteran catcher Brian McCann,according to the New York Daily News.Though the report does not name the other team involved, it does mention the Braves, with whom McCann spent nine seasons before joining the Yankees, as a po sible suitor. A reunion between Atlanta and McCann reportedly was discu sed last summer.The News also speculated the Astros could be a fit; McCann’s left https://www.giantsedge.com/san-francisco-giants/brandon-crawford-jersey -handed power bat would help balance Houston’sheavily right-handed lineup.MORE: Worst free-agent signings everThe Daily News reported Yankees general manager and senior VP Brian Cashman hasspoken with McCann’s agent Barry Bonds Jersey , B.B. Abbott, about the po sibility of a trade this winter.McCann has a full no-trade clause in his contract, so he would have to sign off on any move away from New York.”(Abbott) just said, ‘Keep me posted; why don’t you guys go through the proce s and if you have something you need to talk to us about, give us a call,'” Cashman said. “I don’t have any guidance. He hasn’t told me no on anything. I do have a personal belief of what’s more workable than others.”MORE: Astros rumored to be eyeing Miggy, EncarnacionMcCann, 32, https://www.giantsedge.com/san-francisco-giants/mark-melancon-jersey played in 130 games last season with a.242/.335/.413 slash line, 20 home runs and 58 RBIs. He is set to make $34million over the next two seasons ($17 million per year). The pact also includes a $15 million option for 2019.The Yankees can move on from him now that AL Rookie of the Year candidate Gary Sanchez has established himself as a potential All-Star catcher.