With their rotation in flux, the Yankees are going to provide a prospect an opportunity this weekend in opposition to the Crimson Sox.
The Yankees are planning to name up struggling Triple-A right-hander Probability Adams to make his main league debut on Saturday, The Post’s Joel Sherman reported.
Adams, 23, holds a 4.50 ERA via 21 begins this 12 months in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, up from a mixed 2.45 ERA final season in Double-A and Triple-A. He’s dropped from being the Yankees’ No. 2 prospect a 12 months in the past to the 13th spot, in line with MLB.com.
Adams has struggled this season after present process surgical procedure to take away bone chips in his proper elbow in the course of the offseason.
He advised the Publish’s Mark Sanchez on Sunday that he trusts the Yankees to name him up on the proper time.
“All of the scouting folks we have now, the administrators, they know what they’re doing,” Adams said. “They’ll name me up once they really feel my time is prepared.”
The Yankees are in want of the call-up after their beginning pitching troubles got worse on Thursday. J.A. Happ is on the disabled record with hand, foot and mouth illness and so they demoted Sonny Grey to the bullpen after a woeful efficiency on Wednesday, whereas Louis Cessa is unavailable as a result of he performed in Thursday’s 15-7 loss to the Crimson Sox.