The Yankees have acquired utility man Jerry Hairston Jr. from the Cincinnati Reds, the New York Post reports.

The report does not specify who the Yankees will send to the Reds.

In 86 games for the Reds this season, Hairston batted .254 with eight home runs. In his 12-year career, Hairston, 33, has spent most of his time at second base but has also played the corner outfield positions, as well as shortstop and third base.