1. Dellin Betances (RP-Yankees)

  • 7 S, 1.50 ERA, 0.857 WHIP, 14.6 K/9

The most obvious and deserving All-Star in New York is hands down Yankees reliever Dellin Betances.

His numbers this year are so filthy that many think of the Great Mariano in comparison. Of course the playoffs will have a big say in the continuation of those comparisons, but when you glance at this guy’s stuff out there on the mound, eyes light up.

To go along with a 0.857 WHIP, Betances sports an unheard of 14.6 K/9 (68 strikeouts in just 42 innings pitched).

With Andrew Miller’s return just around the corner and Adam Warren now planted in the bullpen, the Yanks suddenly possess that special weapon the Kansas City Royals unleashed on the AL during the playoffs last season: a nasty, untouchable bullpen.


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