The Yankees' bullpen imploded on Wednesday night in a 4-0 to the Blue Jays but ESPN's Buster Olney told Armen and Levack that there's actually good news in all of this. 

"I think that in the last six days, [the Yankees] learned some good things about the bullpen," said Olney, on 104.5 The Team. "Everything did not go right, but [Girardi] generally learned that Caleb Cothman is someone that he can generally have trust for.

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"He’s learning about other guys in that group that he can structure. Part of the reason he probably took Nova out [Wednesday] night with two outs in the 6th inning was that he hadn't pitched in a while. I tend to view with what we’ve seen with the Yankees over the last six days has been a good time for them, despite going 3 and 3."

In all honesty, the Yankees bullpen depth might not even matter if the Yankees can't get past the one-game wild card that they are targeted to play on October 6th.

ESPN's Buster Olney joins Armen and Levack every Thursday at 5:15p ET, sponsored by All Star Wine and Spirits, and exclusively from 104.5 The Team.

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