Pedro Martinez convinced Yankees’ Luis Severino could become best in game

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Hall of Fame pitcher聽Pedro Martinez could have revised his most famous quote Tuesday night before his bedtime tweet about his protege.
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He could have tipped his cap to Yankees ace Luis Severino and said he’s the Red Sox’s daddy.

Come to think of it, that wouldn’t quite work because Severino’s latest gem just was very good by his growing standards in a 3-2 Yankees victory that tied them for first in the AL East with the Sox.

Martinez deserves at least a little of the credit for Severino’s development from struggling starter in 2016 to All-Star and Cy Young finalist in 2017.

(Pedro) told me that if I change my mechanics a little bit, I’ll be Joakim Noah Youth jersey more consistent in my strike zone, Severino said last October. That’s what I did.

And look at him now.

Eight starts into his 2018 season, Severino is 5-1 with a 2.21 ERA. He’s tied for the league lead in wins, third in innings (53), tied for fifth in strikeouts (63) and seventh in ERA.

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