The New York Yankees have yet to decide on the future of pitcher Sonny Gray after a forgettable 2018 MLB season. Pictured: Sonny Gray #55 of the New York Yankees delivers a pitch against the Minnesota Twins during the first inning of the game on September 11, 2018 at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Getty Images/Hannah Foslien

Former All-Star pitcher Sonny Gray remains clueless about his future, but fortunately for him, several teams have expressed interest in the 29-year-old pitcher. The 2018 MLB season was not exactly kind to him, initially starting but eventually losing his spot to Lance Lynn.

The Yankees acquired Gray back in 2017 in a trade with the Oakland Athletics. New York sent off three players in that deal, namely Dustin Fowler, Jorge Mateo and James Kaprielian. He registered a 4-7 record with a 3.72 ERA in 11 starts for New York that season. The Yankees advanced to the ALCS against the Cleveland Indians. The run would eventually come to an end when the Yanks fell to the eventual champions, Houston Astros.

It was a totally different story in 2018. Gray struggled with a 4.90 ERA in 30 appearances and tallied an 11-9 record, Sporting News reported. But it was his placement in the bullpen last August that caught the eye of most, his removal from the rotation seemingly hinting at things turning sour.

One team that has been linked to Gray are the San Diego Padres. According to Jon Morosi of the MLB Network, the two teams have remained in contact for a potential deal for the starting pitcher. There is, however, no mention of the progress of talks, meaning this remains only one potential stop for Gray.

The Bleacher Report singled out that there are about 10 other teams who have inquired about Gray from the Yankees. One team is the Seattle Mariners where Gray would have been included a deal tied up to James Paxton. But as it turned out, Paxton would end up with the Yankees but in a separate deal that involved Justus Sheffield and a couple of minor leaguers.

The Milwaukee Brewers are another team that got linked to Gray which could get a big boost with the starting pitcher. However, expressed interest seemed to be the only thing tied up to these alleged talks and nothing has progressed beyond that.

While it seems to initially make sense, it may be shortlived. Gray is turning 30 and likely to seek a bigger paycheck once his current pact runs out. Also, the fact that Milwaukee already has a lot of right-handed pitchers makes the deal useless, meaning a potential deal could include some of the existing pitchers on the team, Daily Express reported.

Wherever he plays, Gray could come out and improve after a forgettable 2018 season. The only question now is will it be with the Yankees or somewhere else. So far, it seems to point at the latter option.