It's not a head-turner, not unlike every other Yankee signing this offseason, but they did add another piece to their outfield competition puzzle today by signing free agent outfielder Ben Francisco to a MiL deal after he was released earlier in the day by the Indians.
I profiled Francisco back on December 1st as part of the list of non-tender guys I thought the Yanks might target, and the profile hasn't changed since then. Francisco is still a field-first player whose offensive output has dwindled significantly in the last few years. His career numbers still look good as a part-time option, but recently he's offered very little by way of power or on-base skills. For what it's worth, Francisco was 8-20 with Cleveland so far this spring before being released with more walks than strikeouts.