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Sizing Up The Starting Pitchers - Part Two

Caleb Smith could be a real 'sleeper' analyzes the Yankees' starting pitching prospects. Which ones are the sleepers? Which ones are too early to call? And, which ones need to make a move? These questions are answered in Part Two of our two part series on the Yankees starting pitching prospects.

LHP, Daniel Camarena: He doesn't throw very hard, sitting mostly 88-90 mph with his fasball, but it's not like this diminutive southpaw doesn't have good stuff. Both his curveball and changeup are plus pitches, and his overall pitch-ability is really advanced for this recently turned 21-year old; he posted a 2.89 ERA in the second half last season and walked just 19 batters in 112 innings. A... Recommended Stories

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