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Wednesday September 23rd 2020


Baby Steps Not Working for New York Yankees Pitching Prospects

old enough to remember the four-man rotation and a starting pitcher finishing 15 games or more a season.

I remember when no one kept pitch counts and auxiliary scoreboards weren't clocking fastballs like pitchers were qualifying for Daytona.

And the funny thing is, I don't remember all the arm troubles that we are seeing today.

It's time to stop babying pitchers, the New York Yankees included.

They pretty much ruined Joba Chamberlain's career path with the so-called "Joba Rules" and indecision about whether he should be a starter, middle reliever or closer.

They have tried to do the same with Phil Hughes, who appears to be getting stronger as the innings add up in late August.

Michael Pineda probably sowed ...

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