Chad Green

New York Yankees #57 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 05/24/91
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 215
  • Bats/Throws: L/R

Yankees Potential Free Agent Target: Brandon Workman

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The right-hander was bad in 2020, but he was absolutely lights out in 2019, which represents the bigger sample.

Internal bullpen options need to step up for the Yankees

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There is still time and money to bring another veteran reliever, but the unit won’t be elite unless a couple of pitchers already on the roster take the next step.

Four prospects moving up on the Yankees’ farm

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After a flurry of activity to end January the Yankees have seen four new players enter the ranked prospect list.

What the Yankees are getting in Darren O’Day

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The submarining righty fits nicely into Adam Ottavino’s old spot while giving the Yankees payroll flexibility.

Yanks dig in on high-risk, high-upside strategy with O’Day signing

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The Yankees are gambling on Darren O’Day, who hasn’t thrown more than 20 innings since 2017, being the fourth horseman of the 2021 bullpen.

Checking up on the state of the Yankees’ bullpen

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With a nearly untouched selection of arms from last year’s club, the Yankees are ready to run it back with a couple of minor changes.

Why the Yankees decided Adam Ottavino was expendable

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A better use of resources explains the Yankees’ thinking here.

Yankees Potential Free Agent Target: Yusmeiro Petit

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Having renovated their rotation, the Bombers should fortify their bullpen. A stalwart like Petit could help.

There is a home for the Yankees’ rookies in the bullpen

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The rotation was an ambitious ask, but the Yankees’ pitching youth movement now might shift to the bullpen.

The PSA community grades the 2020 Yankees

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DJ LeMahieu: great! Gary Sánchez: not so much.

“LeMahieu and Kluber and more, oh my!” The 2021 Yankees begin to take shape

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It was a long day, and a long-awaited day for Yankees fans who’ve been craving a little action.

The Yankees have re-signed DJ LeMahieu. Now what?

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It’s Moby Dick all over again. For the second offseason in a row, the Yankees caught their white whale. Now what do they do?