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Joe and the Young Guns

I spend a lot of time reading the other Yankee blogs, and I'd consider this article from Moshe Mandel over at The Bronx Block required reading. It's a break down of how Joe handled his pitchers in Florida. The conclusion, for those of you who don't want to click the link:

The issue with inning limits rest with the front office, not the manager. Furthermore, the Marlins have a history of being reckless with their young pitchers, with severe inning total jumps and constant injuries in the biographies of Beckett, Burnett, Penny, and Pavano.
But you really should read the whole thing.