Spring training is almost upon us and Bryce Harper is still a free agent in Major league Baseball. The left-handed outfielder has been one of the most exciting players in the game for a few years now and stands to make quite a bit of money with whatever team he ends up with. One of the teams that have been rumored to potentially make a run at Harper is the New York Yankees who are already stacked with power hitters like Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton. 

TMZ ended up catching up with Judge where they asked him about the possibility of bringing Harper into the lineup and if it would be a good idea. Judge seemed pretty excited by the idea and explained why.

"Anytime you can add an MVP to a team, it's going to make them better," Judge explained. 

One issue though is that the Yankees are already stacked with outfielders, with Judge and Harper playing the same position. Although Judge made it clear that he's willing to move around to make room for the Nationals star.

"Wherever he wants to play, wherever he wants to play -- we'll make it work," Judge said.

The Major League Baseball season will start on March 28th this year with all 30 teams playing on opening day.