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Pitchers

SP Masahiro Tanaka– Has been a pretty reliable starter for the Yankees and should end up starting the Wild Card game.

SP Michael Pineda– Has struggled for consistency but is a very strong arm and will likely end up staying in the rotation for the postseason.

SP CC Sabathia– Struggled throughout most of the season but has started to regain some confidence and is pitching well as of late. Knows how to pitch in the postseason and could end up being very important for the Yankees down the stretch.

SP/RP Adam Warren– Will likely stay in the rotation if the Yankees make it past the Wild Card. Has been a strong arm all year and is a very good option in the bullpen.

SP Luis Severino– Has greatly impressed in his rookie season and has the confidence and ability to pitch in big postseason games.

SP/RP Nathan Eovaldi– Is close to coming back from injury but will likely only be a bullpen arm during the postseason.

SP/RP Ivan Nova– Likely wouldn’t end up starting a postseason game. Has struggled for consistency and could end up being left off in favor of another bullpen arm.

RP Justin Wilson– The best lefty middle reliever on the Yankees roster, has the ability to get guys out and can be relied upon in big situations.

RP Dellin Betances– Arguably one of the best relievers in the MLB, has put together another very solid season.

RP Andrew Miller– Has been very solid all season and is one of the best late inning relief pitchers in baseball.

RP Chasen Shreve– Has not pitched well as of late but was one of the Yankees biggest bullpen arms throughout much of the regular season. Should be given the opportunity to be a part of the postseason roster.

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