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Michael King is the Yanks’ most improbable 2021 breakout candidate

Michael King is the Yanks’ most improbable 2021 breakout candidate

Photo by Alex Trautwig/MLB Photos via A sinkerballer with an underwhelming swinging strike rate so far in his career, King has made strides with his secondaries and could take off next season After the 2018 season, all signs pointed to Michael King being an important part of the Yankees’ future pitching plans. Acquired in a deal with the Marlins during the 2017-18 offseason, King pitched at three levels (Class-A Advanced, Double-A, and Triple-A) during his first year in the organization, and the highest ERA he had was 2.09 at Trenton. His marks in Tampa and Scranton...

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