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Sizing Up The Starting Pitchers - Part Two

Nik Turley is about to jump on the national scene analyzes the Yankees' starting pitching prospects. Which ones are the sleepers? Which ones are too early to call? And, which ones need to make a move? These questions are answered in Part Two of our two part series on the Yankees starting pitching prospects.

The "Sleepers" RHP, Corey Black: It's tough to put any pitcher who clocks as high as 100 mph on the radar gun like Black does on a 'sleeper' list, but considering his 5-foot-11 stature projects him best as a long-term big league reliever he does qualify as a starting 'sleeper'. The secondary pitches -- slider/cutter, curveball, and changeup -- are all big league quality too, he just needs to... Recommended Stories

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