On Monday I discussed how the Yankee hitters have fared in spring training. Today I turn my focus to the pitchers.
Before I dive into the breakdown, allow me a moment to say that spring training stats for pitchers are even more meaningless than the stats for hitters. These stats don’t adjust for a pitcher trying to learn a new pitch (A.J. Burnett, Phil Hughes) and they are accumulated over limited innings. But, as with the other day, it’s fun, and if our loyal readership can suggest something more pertinent to post about just before the start to the season I’m all ears.
What follows below is each Yankee pitcher expected to make the team, and his spring training innings, hits, walks and ERA through Monday’s action. Complete stats can be found here.