ACKERT: LUIS SEVERINO MAY NOT FIT INTO YANKEES WILD CARD PLANS, BUT FORMER ACE IS STILL FIGHTING TO PROVE HE CAN BE TRUSTED IN PLAYOFFS

Luis Severino took the mound Wednesday night with more than pride on the line. Of course, the Yankees ace of the first half did not want to be the starter who gave up the divisional-clinching win to the Red Sox. But he was also pitching to prove he can handle the assignment of a big-game, playoff...

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