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The Yankees have proven the “plug in and play” relief strategy in the second half

The Yankees have proven the “plug in and play” relief strategy in the second half

Sam Greene via Imagn Content Services, LLC The high-priced relief arms aren’t the ones delivering wins. Remember Darren O’Day? How about Justin Wilson? Zack Britton? The Yankees committed $32 million in guaranteed money to those three relievers over the winter, hoping they would combine to form the backbone of a perennially excellent bullpen. Between that trio, closer Aroldis Chapman, Chad Green and Jonathan Loaisiga coming off a strong shortened 2020, the club was expected to have one of the best relief corps in the game once again. Fast forward to October 2021,...

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