The veteran Greene has made just two appearances on the season, one for the Dodgers and one for the Yankees. The 33-year-old, who began his career with the Yankees back in 2014, has since suited up for the Tigers and Braves, as well as the Yankees and Dodgers. He ascended to the closer’s role at the end of his time in Detroit, but transitioned back into a setup role after being acquired by the Braves at the 2019 deadline.
Marinaccio, 27, was a 19th-round draft choice by the Yankees back in 2017. He’s been solid for the Yankees this season, who are looking for more dependable arms out of the bullpen. Marinaccio has made 17 appearances while registering a 2.33 ERA/3.07 FIP across 19 1/3 innings with a strong 28.4 percent strikeout rate, too-high 12.4 percent walk rate, and 40.5 percent groundball rate, which is just a touch below league average.