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The Yanks announced that Nova will take another turn in the rotation. The outing comes this Sunday at the Chicago White Sox. The right-hander fared well in his first outing, holding the Toronto Blue Jays to two runs on six hits (one of them a homer) and a walk, with three K's. The Jays are ordinarily extremely tough on righties and at home.
Nova's solid fastball sits in the low to mid-90s. The rest of his pitches aren't reliable yet, although he can be nasty. He keeps the ball on the ground a fair amount, but he's still raw. You can't ignore what Nova, 23, did at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre: a 2.86 ERA, a 1.26 WHIP and 115 K's in 145 frames. Proceed with caution, however.
Shallow mixed: Pass
Deep mixed: Watch
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