​There is no doubt that New York Yankees third baseman Miguel Andujar showed his hitting abilities during his rookie year of 2018. However, his defense at the hot corner left a lot to be desired.


It seems that Andujar is willing to improve his defense this offseason and the most fitting person reached out to him to help him out. 


That person is future Hall of Famer Adrian Beltre.

​​According to Lindsey Adler of The Athletic, the recently retired ​Beltre called Andujar and said that he is willing to work with him on his defense this winter.  


How cool must this be for ​Andujar to have a childhood favorite of his reach out to him. Beltre won five Gold Gloves during his career. He's the perfect man to help the Yankees youngster improve. 

Andujar hit .297 with 27 home runs and 92 RBI last season. But, he made 15 errors in the field during 2018. Improving his defense is essential for him in his development as a major league player, who is hoping to help the Yankees win a World Series in the near future.