YES Network analyst Ken Singleton talks with The Post’s Justin Terranova about his broadcasting future, Clint Frazier and the Astros’ grim reality.
Q: Have you liked what you’ve seen from Clint Frazier this spring?
A: It’s a different story here in the spring. But if you could perfect your outfield skills with the combination of the wind and the sun, that’ll translate to the big-league level. And he’s looked pretty good. He’s swung the bat pretty well, though there’s never been any doubt he could hit. He hasn’t been tested a lot, but everything that has been hit his way he’s handled smoothly.
Q: What did you like about Jordan Montgomery before the injury?
A: He was a winning pitcher. He’s a pitcher in every sense of the word. He throws pretty hard, but he’s not a flamethrower. He had a lot of [Masahiro] Tanaka-style in him. He can make pitches look good that really aren’t — the chase rate is up there, particularly on the curveball. I just think he really knows himself and knows how to make his particular repertoire.
Q: Who is the biggest threat to the Yankees in the American League?
A: The Oakland A’s. Other people may say the Astros, but…