Earlier this week, David Robertson decided to pack his bags and leave New York for Philadelphia. 


Well, the same can't be said for ​veteran lefty Zach Britton. Though the reliever received interest in free agency, reports have broken on Saturday night stating he'll be returning to the Bronx for another dance with the Yanks.


Actually, three more dances, as it's a three-year deal the two sides have agreed to. 

The Yankees acquired Britton in a deal with Baltimore before the trade deadline. He went on to pitch 25 games for New York, posting a 2.88 ERA. 


In total last season, Britton recorded a 3.10 ERA, with seven saves and 34 strikeouts. He'll look to keep up his strong play next season for the Yankees, who are focused on getting back to the World Series. 

After Robertson decided to ink with Philly, it was reported Britton became a top priority for Brian Cashman and Co. 


Now that Britton is back in the fold, don't think for a second the Yankees are done making moves. There's a guy by the ​name of Manny Machado they're still looking to land. I'm sure you've heard of him. ​