Some Yankees officials know what they would like to do.
But a Yankee official said the club would not trade either one.
However, any number of Yankees officials could have made the inquiry.
Yankees officials said they hoped to begin building the 53,000-seat structure by the end of summer.
And a number of Yankee officials were present, looking on eagerly.
"It doesn't appear they were ever really serious," a Yankees official said at the time.
None of those Yankee officials were available for comment yesterday.
But Yankees officials decided they would give him two weeks off and resolve the problem altogether.
The Yankee officials were little more than observers at the day's negotiations, but the team did provide one bit of help.
"A lot of people would like to let it be known to the commissioner," one Yankee official said.