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His career-high was 161.2 in 2015, 61.1 of those coming as a Yankees rookie and the rest as a minor leaguer.
Considering the Yankees sent rookie left-hander Jordan Montgomery back to Triple-A last Saturday because they want to limit his innings, could Severino hit an innings limit, too, and thus perhaps not be available for a late-season start and/or postseason play?
"We feel pretty about where he's at," manager Joe Girardi said.
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