(Used courtesy of Josh Norris)
These are perilous times in Yankeeland, friends. Injuries have the lineup disintegrating into one giant platoon (or more accurately, TWO giant platoons), the rotation is still operating at just 60% of its ideal capacity, the bullpen is essentially Rafael Soriano, David Robertson, and pray for 7 strong from the starter and no extra innings, and there's still over a month of regular season baseball to play. The division lead that felt safe and sound 2 months ago (opening myself up to some ridicule there) has shrunk to a competitive level and the Yankees are limping to the finish line.
There isn't much that can be done to address the holes in the lineup or rotation. They will take care of themselves as guys come back from injury or continue to operate as they are if it turns out those guys can't make it back. But the bullpen can be helped, and when rosters expand in a few days the Yankees will have a chance to really help themselves if they call up a certain pitcher. And I'm not talking about Justin Thomas or Pedro Feliciano here, I'm talking Mark Montgomery. More than any other roster expansion addition, he can offer exactly what the bullpen needs right now.