CC Sabathia-The big pitching free agent from '08 did not disappoint in his first season in the Bronx. CC won 19 games which led the majors and had a 3.37 ERA. Sabathia also pitched great in the playoffs to silence his critics. The Yanks cut down on his innings as to conserve his arm, hopefully CC can top 20 wins in his second season.
AJ Burnett-This is no one in baseball who is more day and night than Burnett. He won 13 games and sported a 4.04 ERA. While he only won 13 games, he could have won about a half a dozen more if it weren't for poor run support at the beginning of the season. AJ stayed healthy yet again but it is hard to see it happening three years in a row.
Andy Pettitte-Ol' Reliable won 14 games again for the Yankees and was a horse in the playoffs as he clinched all three series. While he pitched his fewest innings since '04, he did not miss any starts and should be a solid third starter once again.
Javier Vazquez-The Yankees brought back a familiar face in the likes of Javier Vasquez. The Yankees traded for him before the '04 season but them traded him away after that season to get Randy Johnson. Vazquez is coming off of a career year as he won 15 games, had an ERA of 2.87, and added 238 strikeouts as well. While he most likely won't duplicate that ERA and the strikeouts, the wins are a definite possibility.
Joba Chamberlain-The Yankees need to make a decision as to what to do with Joba. They toyed around with him as a starter and reliever for too long. Joba only pitched more than five innings in 18 of his 31 starts. Ideally Joba would be a better setup man but the Yanks are intent on making him a starter. If he can pitch long enough to get more decisions, expect Joba to win about 12-14 games.