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Kennedy Getting Used To Triple-A

Yankee pitching prospect Ian Kennedy earned his first win in Triple-A on Wednesday night after pitching six dazzling innings of shutout ball in which he struck out nine. The start paced the Scranton Yanks to a 4-0 win over Pawtucket, but more importantly, Kennedy finally got some help from his Yankee teammates to earn his first win in Scranton.

Ian Kennedy only gave up two runs in his first two starts and was extremely impressive in his first start on July 28th, pitching six scoreless innings. However, in his second start on August 3rd, Kennedy gave up two runs on five hits and walked two. The return to dominance revolved around a simple solution for Kennedy on Wednesday. "I got ahead of guys a lot better this time around," he said... Recommended Stories

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