When you enter the Yankees home clubhouse, the first three lockers on the left are empty as often as during the first three months of the season.
The most frequent move-in was Ron Marinaccho, who has been calling middle lockers his own since last month. Clarke Schmidt was almost a regular at the first rocker until he was given the second option last week. And after living in a locker on the other side of Marinaccho for the first 10 days of the season, JP Sears made a day's cameo there.
Trio residence in the Big League Clubhouse? unstable. Their production when asked? It's much more consistent.
Life as a young pitcher with minor league options may be a bit unpredictable, but the Yankees benefit from the depth of pitching. A club that will enter July with the best baseball record.