Category Archives: Bullpen

Filling out the rest of the Yankees’ bullpen

Your browser does not support iframes. This spring, there aren’t many roster spots up for grabs. The fifth starter job, backup catcher, utility infielder, and starting second baseman had the feeling of a competition at certain points this month, but they … Continue reading

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The impact of the Andrew Miller signing

Your browser does not support iframes. On Friday, the Yankees made their first big free agent splash of the 2014-2015 offseason, inking Andrew Miller to a four-year, $36M contract. I already profiled Miller when I wrote him up as an … Continue reading

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With or without Robertson, the Yankees bullpen could be worse in 2015

#456407064 / gettyimages.com With a mediocre 84-78 record, and an even more disappointing .478 (77-85) 3rd Order Win%, the 2014 Yankees gave fans plenty to complain about. Their offense was one of baseball’s worst, and thanks to a plethora of … Continue reading

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Should we be concerned about Betances’ and Warren’s workloads?

Heading into the season, it was looking like the bullpen would be a weakness for the Yankees. Despite losing Mariano Rivera and Boone Logan, Brian Cashman and company didn’t do much to augment the bullpen this winter, with Matt Thornton — … Continue reading

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