In fact, the Yankees, one of the teams that has reportedly checked in about acquiring Bumgarner, are rumored to be having internal discussions about Bumgarner’s true value, according to MLB Network’s Jon Heyman. The 29-year-old Bumgarner has heard the rumors he’s not the same pitcher he was a few years ago. But he told The Athletic he feels the same. Related News “I’m the same guy I was in 2014, contrary to popular belief,” Bumgarner said. “I know that gets said a lot, ‘Oh, he’s not the same guy he used to be.’ That’s just wrong. Numbers are what they are right now, but let’s just wait to the end of the season, and we’ll check. Maybe they won’t be there and maybe they will.“All I know is, the last two years, the stuff was a little different rushing back from two injuries. Now? How I feel is the same. My stuff is the same.” Will Yankees land front-line starters like Max Scherzer, Trevor Bauer? ‘We’ll see,’ Brian Cashman says The Giants are widely expected to trade longtime ace Madison Bumgarner this summer, yet one question looms large.Which Bumgarner will the other team get — the seemingly invincible left-hander who carried the Giants to the World Series title in 2014, or the pitcher who has a career-high 4.21 ERA this season? MLB trade rumors: Yankees targeting 4 big names on pitching market The Twins have reportedly shown “strong interest” in Bumgarner, according to USA Today.According to Fox Sports, eight teams are on Bumgarner’s “no-trade” list: the Yankees, Braves, Red Sox, Cubs, Astros, Brewers, Phillies and Cardinals. That doesn’t necessarily mean he does not want to play for those teams, but he would have to approve a trade to one of those destinations.Bumgarner, who will earn $12 million in 2019, is a free agent after this season.