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Sizing Up The Starting Pitchers - Part Two

Jeremy Bleich is better than folks realize

PinstripesPlus.com analyzes the Yankees' starting pitching prospects. Which ones are the sleepers? Which ones are too early to call? And, which ones need to make a move? These questions are answered in Part Two of our two part series on the Yankees starting pitching prospects.

The "Sleepers" LHP, Jeremy Bleich: Normally most first-round picks, even supplemental ones, don't fall into the sleeper category. But considering he gets overlooked by many because of his average big league velocity [89-92 MPH] and because he doesn't project to throw harder down the road, Bleich is a definite sleeper. His changeup and curveball are both above average to plus pitches and his...

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