The Yanks are pitching poorly, yes, but I can't believe it will remain as bad as it's been.
CC Sabathia is pitching to a 3.66 ERA, but as compared to where he was a few weeks ago, that isn't so bad. I expect him to drop it at least another half-run when he gets more starts under his belt.
Andy Pettitte has looked sharp since returning and appears to be in top form for the remainder of the season. He's gone relatively deep into the game during each start he's had. After showing some promise early, Pettitte should only get better from here.
Ivan Nova didn't hit his stride until halfway through last season after he returned from the minors. Nova might simply be late to the party once again this season and can't be written off just yet.
Hiroki Kuroda has been up and down, but if the Bombers had actually scored some runs for the veteran right-hander, he might have a few more wins. He's pitched well enough to keep New York in most games and he should get stronger as the season progresses.
Phil Hughes is the only one who truly worries me in this Yanks rotation. He's been downright awful, but at this point, he's the fifth starter and that position in the rotation could be replaced if need be.
Bottom line: The Yankees pitching can't get any worse than it's been so far, therefore it's only up from here.