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Dellin Betances rarely gets the hook from his manager. That’s probably because opposing managers hate getting the hook from Betances.
The Yankees reliever's curveball was rated the best in the American League in a Baseball America survey of all 30 MLB managers.
Betances also finished as runner-up to Kansas City’s Greg Holland for the AL’s best reliever.
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Maybe we should have seen this coming.
Dellin Betances’ season line from 2013 appears uninspiring at first glance: in six games he posted a 10.80 ERA, allowing six earned runs and nine hits in five innings. But five of those hits and four of those runs came during a single game, his first major league action of the season on Aug. 13 against the Angels.
That day he was plain awful.
Afterwards?...Read more »
So far the Yankees have had four players among the organization’s more notable prospects play in spring training games.
Here’s how they’ve fared:
Dellin Betances, RHP
Betances has been electric since converting to a full-time relief role last season. In four games this spring, he’s pitched 6.1 scoreless innings, allowing two hits and two walks and striking out five.
Mark...Read more »