Yanks prospect Adam Warren throws six hitless innings

Adam Warren, outside North Carolina for the first time in 21 years, is quickly learning that things are different in New York City. Different in a good way. Warren (2-1), the Yankees' fourth-round pick in last month's Draft, fired six hitless innings in his fourth professional start Friday as the Staten Island Yankees beat the State College Spikes, 4-2. (

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