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Cashman, Boone On Start Rotation, Ellsbury

18:55: Manager Aaron Boone also spoke to the media today and reveal what many had already expected: Sabathia is not likely to be ready for the season's start, either (link via Bryan Hoch from MLB.] [19659002] "He had his second pen that went well [on Wednesday]," " Boone said of Sabathia, who got a late start on spring training after offseason knee surgery and angioplasty. " I really don't expect him for the beginning of the season "It may be a couple of weeks if everything goes according to plan." Despite these diseases, the Yankees expect to use internal options such as German, loaisiga and others to round out the rotation while Severino and Sabathia are in late March and the beginning of April 1 9 15:05: Yankees GM Brian Cashman talked to the media today and discussed especially the team's position on the depth of rotation.As Pete Caldera from Bergen Record tweets says veteran efen that he is generally satisfied with the existing option. It seems that Yanks is not terribly worried about the prospects of staff ace Luis Severino who is lying after experiencing some pain in his shoulder. Although he is not expected to miss a long distance, some would argue that the depth was a former concern given the recent health issues of some key staff members. Cashman says he "likes [s] the staff" Already at hand, plays the likelihood of a new acquisition of external companies. "Can't exclude anything but the main focus is what…

18:55: Manager Aaron Boone also spoke to the media today and reveal what many had already expected: Sabathia is not likely to be ready for the season’s start, either (link via Bryan Hoch from MLB.] [19659002] “He had his second pen that went well [on Wednesday],” ” Boone said of Sabathia, who got a late start on spring training after offseason knee surgery and angioplasty. ” I really don’t expect him for the beginning of the season “It may be a couple of weeks if everything goes according to plan.”

Despite these diseases, the Yankees expect to use internal options such as German, loaisiga and others to round out the rotation while Severino and Sabathia are in late March and the beginning of April 1

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15:05: Yankees GM Brian Cashman talked to the media today and discussed especially the team’s position on the depth of rotation.As Pete Caldera from Bergen Record tweets says veteran efen that he is generally satisfied with the existing option.

It seems that Yanks is not terribly worried about the prospects of staff ace Luis Severino who is lying after experiencing some pain in his shoulder. Although he is not expected to miss a long distance, some would argue that the depth was a former concern given the recent health issues of some key staff members.

Cashman says he “likes [s] the staff” Already at hand, plays the likelihood of a new acquisition of external companies. “Can’t exclude anything but the main focus is what we have,” he explained.

Yanks have already added three starters during the winter, to sign J.A. Happ and CC Sabathia while acquiring James Paxton . Yet rumors have continued that Yanks still kicks over the opportunity to add another arm. Friagent Gio Gonzalez reappeared in trade rumors yesterday and is still a hypothetical goal.

Cashman’s true interest in exploring the market is difficult to convince on the basis of his comments. There are certainly some reasonable options at hand, with Domingo German Jonathan Loaisiga Luis Cessa and Chance Adams who seem to be most likely

In other news, Cashman touched status as outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury who will report to Yankees camp in ten days or so. (Via Brendan Kuty of NJ.com, via Twitter .) At that time, the team will look closer to the veteran, who never appeared in competitive action last season. Ellsbury has treated a dizzying variety of late diseases, with plantar fasciitis apparently blaming for his present absence.

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