deutschland wrote:Check out his upcoming schedule (assuming he pitches every 5th game):
I really hope it shakes down like that. I considered him more of a spot starter before last night, but he could hit the AS break with some really nice numbers with that cake schedule...
I think that when it comes to young Yankee pitchers, it's more important to be mentally strong than to have great stuff. Hughes and Kennedy are much more talented, but Rasner has a very intelligent approach to hitters and he doesn't get rattled. The Yankees announcers kept calling him this year's Aaron Small, but he has the potential to be a very solid #5, not just a flash in the pan (although 10-0 would be nice out of him this year...