Spring training is only a few weeks away, and the hottest commodity in free agency, Bryce Harper, still has not signed with a team. That may change soon. Yahoo Sports reports that New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge has said he will make room for Bryce Harper in the outfield.

The Yankees have been unusually quiet this free agency period, they normally make big signings during this time. Now, it appears they have passed on signing Manny Machado. While they may not be signing Machado, that does not rule out a possible deal for Bryce Harper. Machado is still hoping the Yankees reconsider.

Bryce Harper would strengthen the Yankees lineup

Adding the 26-year-old power slugger to the Yankees lineup, would add more depth to the outfield and increase the offensive and defensive production of the team. Aaron Judge told TMZ that he would switch positions if that's all it would take to bring Bryce Harper to the team. This definitely makes Judge a team-first kind of guy.

Yankees fans have been in love with this offer by Judge. However, fans need to come back to reality. In his career, Aaron Judge played 259 games in his career and 258 were in right field. His only game in centerfield was in 2018 and only happened because everyone else was injured, so the Yankees had no choice.

Bryce Harper has experience in all three outfield positions

Bryce Harper has played his career all three positions in the outfield. He does his best work in right field, but he's more versatile than Aaron Judge. The Yankees may consider signing Harper because of the declining health of Clint Frazier and the age of Brett Gardner.

The Yankees have the biggest hole in the outfield. League insiders have hinted a possible trade between the Yankees and Giants, so the Yankees can get out of Jacoby Ellsbury's contract. Ellsbury's exit would make room for Harper.

For Judge's offer to actually be considered, Judge needs to convince team owner Hal Steinbrenner and General Manager Brian Cashman to provide the funds necessary to bring Harper to the Yankees.

MLB insiders say Harper is looking for a 10-year deal for $300 million. Currently, the Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, and San Diego Padres have shown interest in Harper, while the Washington Nationals are hoping to bring him back to Washington. As spring training draws closer, we will have to wait and see where Bryce Harper will land, as he is looking for a $300 million deal, he may end up in free agency for a while.