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White A Different Pitcher This Season

White has learned to make adjustments quicker

Last year, Yankee starting pitching prospect Steven White proved to everyone in the Yankee farm system that he could start at the Double-A level, going 4-1 with a 2.11 ERA in 11 starts in Trenton in 2006. But, once he got the call to Triple-A, things changed as White never really found his groove, going 4-9 in 17 starts. This season, things have dramatically changed for the 26-year old.

(Photo courtesy of the Scranton Wilkes-Barre Yankees) So far in 2007, Steven White has made 10 starts, going 3-3 with a 3.71 ERA. He is holding opposing batters to a .243 batting average and has even picked up a save in relief on the year. The four-year veteran talked about what has changed with his game this year. "Last year, I wasn't able to adjust to things on the fly," he said of his... Recommended Stories

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