It's been a busy last week of moves for the Yankees. After all, this team is playing hot and you'd expect there to be some shuffling to keep things as high as possible. ​


Ben Heller got his chance to make a name for himself in the Yankees bullpen a couple of days ago.


Almost as quickly as it started, however, it ended. The 25 year old has been sent back down to AAA.

​​Heller made one appearance, giving up a hit and walking a batter in 0.1 inning. Last season, in four appearances for the team, he pitched to a 6.43 ERA in seven innings.


Heller was a 22nd-round pick by the Cleveland Indians in 2013, coming to New York in last year's Andrew Miller trade.

​​In AAA this season, Heller is 2-3 with a 2.60 ERA in 20 appearances.