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A Blot by the Pen
Tom Verducci
September 18, 2000
Chuck Knoblauch's arm isn't the only one the Yankees are worried about. If New York is to thrive in the postseason, three heretofore reliable members of the Yankees setup corps—righthanders Jason Grimsley and Jeff Nelson (above) and lefty Mike Stanton—must snap out of their second-half funk. Here are the trio's numbers in relief before and after the All-Star Game through Monday (ranked according to second-half ERA).—David Sabino
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September 18, 2000

A Blot By The Pen

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Chuck Knoblauch's arm isn't the only one the Yankees are worried about. If New York is to thrive in the postseason, three heretofore reliable members of the Yankees setup corps—righthanders Jason Grimsley and Jeff Nelson (above) and lefty Mike Stanton—must snap out of their second-half funk. Here are the trio's numbers in relief before and after the All-Star Game through Monday (ranked according to second-half ERA).
—David Sabino

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