The Yankees are bringing up some more bullpen help, as RHP Tommy Kahnle is reportedly heading to New York, according to Times-Tribune's Conor Foley.
Kahnle has pitched only 10 innings for the Yankees this season, as was dealing with shoulder and bicep tendinitis. He last pitched for the Yanks on Aug. 3 where he didn't allow a run in one inning against the Red Sox. He was, then, optioned back to Triple-A to make room for Chance Adams, who got a spot start in that Sox series.
It was a good sign to see Kahnle in control of his fastball and power changeup in his quick inning up in the bigs, and he will likely get the chance to prove he can stay in the coming games.
A corresponding move to Kahnle's recall has yet to be announced.