Lynn aces Yanks debut, could join rotation – MLB.com

NEW YORK — Just a few hours after stepping into his new clubhouse for the first time, right-hander Lance Lynn made his Yankees debut after starter Sonny Gray ran into early trouble in Wednesday’s 7-5 loss against the Orioles at Yankee Stadium.

Prior to Lynn’s arrival, Yankees manager Aaron Boone said the addition of the right-hander gave the club flexibility to use him as a long reliever or as a sixth starter. Against Baltimore, Lynn got his first crack at his new bullpen role, permitting five hits over 4 1/3 scoreless innings after Gray was pulled with two outs in the third. After Gray had yet another rough outing, Boone may be considering giving Lynn a shot in the starting rotation.

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NEW YORK — Just a few hours after stepping into his new clubhouse for the first time, right-hander Lance Lynn made his Yankees debut after starter Sonny Gray ran into early trouble in Wednesday’s 7-5 loss against the Orioles at Yankee Stadium.

Prior to Lynn’s arrival, Yankees manager Aaron Boone said the addition of the right-hander gave the club flexibility to use him as a long reliever or as a sixth starter. Against Baltimore, Lynn got his first crack at his new bullpen role, permitting five hits over 4 1/3 scoreless innings after Gray was pulled with two outs in the third. After Gray had yet another rough outing, Boone may be considering giving Lynn a shot in the starting rotation.

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“That’s something that we’ll talk about now in the days ahead about what our plans will be going forward,” Boone said. “We do have some options now, so we will all get together and try and come up with the best solution, the best options going forward that

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