Scott Proctor’s return to the Yankees didn’t go especially well. After signing a minor league deal late in the season, the Yankees brought Proctor to New York as a September call-up and seemed to be looking at him as a multi-inning option. He got into eight games, allowed 11 earned runs and finished with more walks than strikeouts.
His finest hour might have been an extended outing in the regular-season finale — basically just throwing pitches for as long as the game lasted — and even that ended with a walk-off home run.
MaybProctor had a nice run with the Yankees in the middle of last decade, but his latest stint didn’t go well, and it looks like he won’t be back this year. Proctor has reportedly signed with a team in Korea. Maybe Tanyon Sturtze is still available.