Jonathan Albaladejo: Should He Be On the Team For the Playoffs?

Posted: 22nd September 2009 by Rob Abruzzese in MLB
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Right-handed reliever Jonathan Albaladejo gave up a run last night. It was the first earned run he’s allowed since being called up in the beginning of the month. Over that span, he’s thrown 6.2 innings over six appearances with a 1-0 record, a 1.35 ERA, and a .588 OPS-against. Last night’s run ended a decent stretch, but it got me thinking Brian Bruney and Mark Melancon have been terrible. With David Robertson's elbow problems presenting a question mark, should the Yankees consider bringing Jonathan Albaladejo with them for the playoffs? Well, this one is a stretch, as the Yankees are likely to have anywhere from 10-12 pitchers on their team during the playoffs; and they have nearly that many who are considered a must for the roster. Here is a quick look at this list of ...

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