This is the second big deal the Yankees have pulled off with the Mariners in 2019 as Seattle traded starting pitcher James Paxton to New York this offseason. The Yankees have acquired Edwin Encarnacion from the Mariners, the team announced Saturday.New York picked up the big bat from Seattle for right-handed pitcher Juan Then and cash considerations. And according to USA Today, the Mariners will eat $30 million of Encarnacion’s contract in the deal. He is under contract with Seattle through 2020 after signing a three-year, $60 million deal.Encarnacion leads the American League with 21 home runs. Related News MLB trade rumors: Tigers listening to offers for Nicholas Castellanos, Matthew Boyd MLB trade rumors: White Sox may want to add controllable starter MLB trade rumors: Yankees send Brad Miller to Phillies for cash considerations The Mariners have reportedly made just about their entire roster available and are trying to trade the entire team, according to MLB Network’s Jon Heyman.They have now dealt two big bats in Encarnacion and Jay Bruce who they sent to the Phillies recently.