The Yankees would like to land another starting pitcher and the Cubs may be looking to fortify their lineup. Having traded Milton Bradley for Carlos Silva, Chicago might have interest in one of New York's surplus outfielders -- Melky Cabrera or Brett Gardner. According a report on FOX Sports, Cubs general manager Jim Hendry may already be in contact with the Yankees regarding such a deal. "The Cubs have their holes, but one thing they have enough of is starting pitching," one AL executive said. "There's a lot of factors to weigh - Cabrera and Gardner fit a budget - but you could see it being a match." Cabrera and Gardner became somewhat expendable when the Yankees acquired Curtis Granderson from the Tigers earlier this month.