The Yankees are next up on Patrick Corbin’s free-agency tour.
The prized lefty will meet with the Yankees on Thursday, The Post’s Joel Sherman reported.
Corbin met with Phillies officials on Tuesday, with Philadelphia primed to make free-agency splashes this offseason.
Corbin, 29, has long been considered the Yankees’ top target in free agency, and that priority did not change even with the acquisition of James Paxton from the Mariners earlier this month.
Corbin’s stock rose this season, when he went 11-7 with a 3.15 ERA in 33 starts for the Diamondbacks, working 200 innings, fanning 246 thanks to a nasty slider, and allowing 162 hits and 48 walks.
It is believed he could command a five-year contract in the $100 million to $120 million range.