Thursday, November 5, 2015

YES Network: Exit Interview with Adam Warren

The YES Network and Lou DiPietro did an exit interview with Yankees swing-man Adam Warren and we will bring you an excerpt from that tonight here on the blog. CLICK HERE to see the entire interview and to give Lou a view or two to show your appreciation for his hard work and see below for our sample of the interview. Enjoy and thank you.

The New York Yankees' 2015 season ended at Yankee Stadium Tuesday night, thanks to a 3-0 loss to the Houston Astros in the American League Wild Card Game.

Following the game, many Yankees players, coaches, and officials were in a reflective mood, beginning both the look back on this year and the look ahead to 2016 - so much so that the team was able to conduct a series of "exit interviews" on the subjects.

Here now is the brief exit interview with a Yankees hurler who was on the roster for but did not pitch in the Wild Card Game, RHP Adam Warren.

Q. How disappointing is it to see the season end this way?

WARREN: Yeah, I mean this is not where we saw our season ending, so it's disappointing right now, but I'm just proud of the way this team has come together all season. One game doesn't change that. It's tough to swallow right now, but it's one of those things you learn from and build off of going into next year.

Q. Your role changed multiple times this year. How were you able to make the adjustments and how did you make the transitions so smoothly?

WARREN: Yeah, this was…I wouldn't say challenging, but it was an interesting year, because I went from starter to reliever to starter and back to reliever at the end. I felt like the first transition from starter to reliever was the hardest, but after that, all of them felt a lot easier, because I just learned to have two separate routines and work off that. I was pleased with the way I threw the ball and adjusted on the fly.

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