The Yankees are content to work through Tate's growing pains and will be patient in determining his fate as either a starter or reliever for the organization.
Tate, 22, has been sitting in the mid-90's on the radar gun, topping out at 97 mph -- and his ancillary pitches have begun to show some life. After a rough regular season in which he suffered through a hamstring injury, Tate is pitching in the Arizona Fall League to log some extra innings and appears to be getting into a groove. Tate recently told MLB.com's Jim Callis that he "is moving in the right direction."
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