New York Yankees pitching in review and outlook for 2019

Daily Record MLB writers Pete Caldera and Matt Ehalt break down the Yankees 4-3 loss to the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium in Game 4 of the ALDS. NEW YORK – In a way, the Yankees are exactly where they were heading into last offseason. Pitching is their greatest need, with big gaps to fill in the starting rotation and options on how to maintain an elite, late-inning relief corps. After the Yankees were eliminated in the AL Division Series by Boston, manager Aaron Boone offered that “we're very close to being a championship club right now',' and that “pitching is one of those'' facets that must be addressed for 2019. Here's a review of the 2018 staff and what the future might hold: Luis Severino

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