Adam Warren‘s versatility won’t do him any favors in his quest to earn a rotation spot, but he has still impressed thus far.

4. Adam Warren

The versatile Adam Warren, who will make the roster whether or not it’s with the rotation or in the bullpen, is off to a magnificent start this spring.

Through his first two starts, the righty has struck out five batters over five innings of work and has only allowed one hit — a solo home run to Caleb Joseph in the top of the second inning in the Yankees’ win over Baltimore on Thursday.

Warren, who was re-acquired from the Chicago Cubs in the deal for Aroldis Chapman at the trade deadline, has made his money in the long-relief role.

Over his five-year career, the 29-year old owns a 3.88 ERA and a 6.6 K/9 ratio as a starter compared to 3.51 ERA and 8.0 K/9 ratio as a reliever.

In 2016, Yankee starters went 5.6 innings per contest and judging by the top-heavy bullpen they contain in 2017, Warren’s versatility may be too valuable to lock into one rotation spot. But we’ll continue to see how it plays out.