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Of the final three players on this list, Adam Warren ranks above his fellow young arms due mostly to his small chunk of Major League experience.
After four seasons spent almost entirely in the minors, Warren was on the Yankees roster for the entirety of the 2013 season.
He had a variety of roles over the course of the year. He often was called upon for mop-up duty in blowouts, but he also threw some high-pressure innings on days where his superiors weren't available.
It may be that the Yankees need Warren back in the bullpen this season since the losses of closer Mariano Rivera and lefty specialist Boone Logan have opened up some roles for guys like Warren.
Then again, Warren performed well in his two starts last season, allowing only two runs in eight innings. It's a microscopic sample size, but at least Warren has had that feeling of being the guy on the bump as the umps go over ground rules.
If Pineda and Phelps stumble out of the gate, Warren could join the rotation.