Dodgers third base coach Chris Woodward interviewed for the Yankees' managerial opening, reports Eric Boland of Newsday.
The Yankees have already interviewed Rob Thomson. Eric Wedge, Hensley Meulens, and Aaron Boone.
Woodward, 41, spent the past two seasons as the Dodgers' third base coach. He previously served as the Seattle Mariners' infield coach and minor league infield coordinator. Woodward also managed the New Zealand team in the 2016 World Baseball Classic.
A 12-year MLB veteran, Woodward hit .239 with 33 home runs and 191 RBIs in 659 career games with five teams.
The Yankees are looking to replace Joe Girardi. They are also considering Thomson, their bench coach; Wedge, who formerly managed the Cleveland Indians and Mariners; Meulens, the San Francisco Giants' bench coach; and Boone, a former Yankees third baseman and ESPN baseball analyst.
Newly-retired outfielder Carlos Beltran spoke to GM Brian Cashman about the Yankees' vacancy, however he reportedly won't be considered for the job. Former Yankees catcher and current YES Network analyst John Flaherty has not heard back, while Jim Leyritz was told he didn't have enough experience to be manager.