Green will serve as the opener Tuesday against Toronto, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Green hasn't thrown more than two innings in any appearance this season, so don't expect him to go deep on this occasion. Nestor Cortes is expect to follow him out of the bullpen.
Green will serve as the opener for Thursday's game against the Astros, Brendan Kuty of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Green was impressive as an opener over the weekend, allowing just one hit while striking out six batters before giving way to Nestor Cortes. The Yankees have yet to announce who will follow Green, but he figures to see a similar workload Thursday.
Green will serve as the opener for Saturday's game against the White Sox, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
Green will toss the first inning or so before making way for the primary pitcher, who figures to be Nestor Cortes.
Green will serve as the opener for Sunday's bullpen day against Cleveland, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.
Green has filled the opener role three times this season. He hasn't recorded more than six outs in any appearance, so he shouldn't be expected to pitch deep in Sunday's game.
Green struck out the side during the first inning as an opener against the Padres on Monday.
His first two appearances as an opener this year did not go well, as he allowed three runs in 2.2 innings, but this outing couldn't have gone better. For the second time this season, Green struck out the side. The right-hander still has a long way to go, though, to bring his numbers back to a respectable level. He is 0-2 with a 11.30 ERA, 2.02 WHIP and 16 strikeouts in 14.1 innings over 16 appearances during 2019.
Green will serve as the Yankees' opening pitcher for Monday's game against the Padres, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Green will make his third "start" of the season after previously opening games May 19 and 25. In those two contests, Green has yielded three runs on six hits and a walk over 2.2 innings, so the Yankees' experiment has yet to pay dividends. Once Green likely exits after covering one or two frames, it's unclear if the Yankees will lean on a primary pitcher like Luis Cessa or David Hale or treat the contest as more of a bullpen game.
Green will serve as the opener for the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Royals, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Green was supposed to open Friday's contest, but that game got postponed to Saturday. Green hasn't gotten more than six outs in any appearance this season and is unlikely to go deep in Saturday's game.
Green won't serve as the opener Friday night against the Royals, as the game has been postponed due to inclement weather.
Green was lined up to toss the first inning or so of Friday's matchup prior to the postponement. J.A. Happ will toe the rubber for Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader, though the Yankees have yet to indicate their plans for the nightcap.
Green has been confirmed as the opener for Friday's game in Kansas City, James Wagner of The New York Times reports.
He has not recorded more than five outs in an appearance since April 3, so Green won't be out there for long. Luis Cessa and Nestor Cortes seem like the most likely options to serve as the primary pitcher behind Green, as David Hale threw four innings in Tuesday's game.
Manager Aaron Boone said that Green will likely serve as the Yankees' opening pitcher for Friday's game against the Royals, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
The Yankees will likely wait and see which pitchers are needed in relief in Thursday's series finale with the Orioles before formally locking in Green -- or anyone else -- as the opener Friday. Assuming Green does in fact receive the nod, he would likely cover one or two frames before Boone turns the game over the bullpen. Luis Cessa, David Hale and Nestor Cortes are all multi-inning relievers who could be called upon after Green exits.
Green will start a bullpen game for the Yankees on Sunday, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.
The right-hander will act as the opener for the Yankees' Sunday tilt with the Rays. He's struggled in his time at the big-league level so far this season, as he's given up 15 earned runs over 9.2 innings.
Green struck out the side in a perfect ninth inning during Sunday's 7-1 win over the Rays.
After a three-week stint at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Green rejoined the big club Sunday. Though he was eased back in with a low-leverage appearance, Green finally resembled the setup ace he had been over the prior two seasons. The right-hander not only delivered a spotless frame but also racked up six swinging strikes in only 13 pitches. Green may only need to turn in another quality outing or two before manager Aaron Boone is comfortable going back to him in key late-inning spots.
The Yankees recalled Green from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Sunday.
After surrendering 14 runs over 7.2 innings with the big club, Green was demoted to the minors April 24. The Yankees were apparently satisfied with the improved form Green showed at Triple-A, where the right-hander compiled a 2.45 ERA, 0.99 WHIP and 14:2 K:BB in 7.1 frames. While he'll get another look in the big leagues, Green won't necessarily be plugged into a high-leverage role right away in light of his earlier struggles. That said, his track record of excellence as a setup man makes him an interesting speculative pickup in AL-only formats where available.
Green has compiled a 14:2 K:BB while giving up two runs over 7.1 innings in three appearances since he was demoted to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in late April.
In recognition of Green's strong performance in the minors, manager Aaron Boone said Wednesday that the right-hander could soon be in store for a promotion to the big club, per Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News. Boone noted that Green will be evaluated for a potential callup as soon as this weekend, with Joe Harvey and Nestor Cortes seemingly representing the most likely candidates to lose a spot in the bullpen if Green returns.
Green was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday.
Green has allowed seven runs on five hits and two walks while recording just one out over his past two appearances, so he'll head to the minors for the time being to figure things out. The right-hander compiled a 2.50 ERA and 94 strikeouts across 75.2 innings last season, so he figures to rejoin the big-league bullpen after working out some kinks. Stephen Tarpley was recalled from the minors in a corresponding move.
Green will be used as an opener in Tuesday's spring game against the Rays, Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News reports.
Luis Cessa was scheduled to start Tuesday, but he will instead be used in relief while Green opens the game on the mound. Green was tagged for three earned runs over his last two appearances, but has otherwise had a good spring, allowing just four hits over 5.1 innings while posting a 7:0 K:BB. He has not pitched more than 1.1 frames in any outing, so don't expect him to go deep at all into Tuesday's contest.
Green was tagged for three runs on three hits and one walk over 1.2 innings and picked up the loss in relief Sunday against the Indians.
Green retired only five of the 10 batters he faced, needing 37 pitches to do so. The right-hander didn't display his usual command or control in the outing, yielding a home run, hitting a batter and tossing a wild pitch. Even after the disastrous appearance, Green still maintains a tidy 2.74 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 57:9 K:BB across 46 innings on the season.
Green sports a 2.08 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 25:4 K:BB in 17.1 innings (14 appearances) this season.
He logged a 1.75 FIP and 34.0 K-BB% in 2017 and has a 1.73 FIP and 30.9 K-BB% so far this season, so he has picked up right where he left off in his breakout campaign. He trails only Aroldis Chapman, Adam Ottavino and Josh Hader in fWAR among relief pitchers (0.8 fWAR), and can be deployed confidently in almost all roto formats, even as a non closer.
Green will start transitioning back to the bullpen according to manager Aaron Boone, Erik Boland of Newsday Sports reports.
Boone made it sound as if Green was never really in consideration for a spot in the rotation, which makes sense when you factor in his success in 2017 and the strength of the team's starting arms. Last season, Green posted a 1.61 ERA and 0.74 WHIP with a 103:17 K:BB in 69 innings as a multi-inning weapon. Expect a similar workload for the 26-year-old in 2018.
Green is expected to be used out of the bullpen when the upcoming season begins, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Green made his second Grapefruit League start on Sunday against the Rays. While the Yankees ultimately lost the game, Green played well and threw two shutout innings, over which he struck out four batters and gave up three hits. However, manager Aaron Boone said that the team's preference is for Green to return to the bullpen for the 2018 season. As a result, Jordan Montgomery will be in line to open the season as New York's fifth starter. Green dominated as a reliever last season, logging a 1.61 ERA and 100 strikeouts over 67 relief innings.
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