While Luis Severino had a 0.39 ERA in 11 games as a reliever in 2016, his future for the Yankees is still as a starter. Severino had an 8.50 ERA in 11 starts last season, finishing with an 0-8 record and 1.78 WHIP. He had a 5-3 record and 2.89 ERA in 11 starts with the Yankees in 2015 and was a consensus top-50 prospect in baseball. Severino was sent to Triple-A in June after going on the disabled list with a triceps issue, but was 8-1 with a 3.49 ERA with Scranton-Wilkes Barre and was absolutely blistering out of the bullpen at the end of the season. While he attributes his successes to working with Pedro Martinez on his arm angle, Severino had too much pressure to succeed in 2016 after his strong end to 2015, crumbling under the pressure. Look for Severino to bounce back in 2017, playing more like a mid-tier SP.