James Paxton could benefit the most from the Yankees' new pitching strategy

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James Paxton could benefit the most from the Yankees' new pitching strategy
James Paxton could benefit the most from the Yankees' new pitching strategy

Potential can be a tricky thing. Most guys in the upper minors have a great deal of it, and certainly any top-50 prospect just drips potential. For most of those players, the full potential stays shackled for any number of reasons, but in today's MLB, it's often because of poor coaching and poorer analytics. Earlier this week I wrote about the Yankees' hiring of Matt Blake, which is something that's fascinated me to such an extent I'm going to do it again in this post. This time though, I want to talk about potential. There's a lot of hope that Blake can unlock some latent ability in the likes of Luis Cessa, Jonathan Loaisiga or Chance Adams, and turn them from mostly disappointing bubble pitchers

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