NYY News: Robo umps could be on the way

New York Times living below a rock, you probably understand that the Yankees

 have one of the very pleasant pitching staffs within the whole league. As of

Wednesday night, Yankees pitchers have the high-quality collective ERA (2.93), FIP

(three.36), and fWAR (eleven.9), and discover themselves near the top of the

gue in an entire host of different classes. This fulfillment is due, in part, to the

 awesome innings that Nestor Cortes, Luis Severino, and Jameson Taillon have

thrown. Of course Gerrit Cole and Jordan Montgomery had been splendid as nicely,

but one thing connects the first three names I indexed off: they’re all in all

likelihood on a reasonably strict innings limit. Severino and Taillon are each coming

 back from injuries (mainly Sevy), and Cortes has in no way thrown more than

ninety three innings in a unmarried season. This problem is the front-of-thoughts for most Yankees

enthusiasts available, and it seems that it's far for the agency as nicely. In this piece,

supervisor Aaron Boone talks about how the Yankees need to be clever on the subject of

coping with the workloads in their beginning rotation down the stretch.