Sunday, August 31, 2014

Luis Severino's Breakout 2014 Season Is Over

Luis Severino's breakout 2014 season has come to a close and it was a pretty good season for the young right hander. Severino spent time with the Class A Charleston Riverdogs, High A Tampa Yankees, and Double-A Trenton Thunder and impressed at every stop in the Yankees system. Check out his stats on this early Sunday morning.

Severino has appeared in 24 games all as a starting pitcher and threw 113.1 IP. Severino pitched to a 2.46 ERA with a 1.059 WHIP. Severino struck out 127 batters and only walked 2.1 batters per nine while striking out 10.1 batters per nine.

Severino may have leapfrogged a whole lot of players on the organizational prospects lists after a season like this and may ultimately be the Yankees best prospect when the season is all said and done. Great news and a great future for Severino and the Yankees.

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