First the Good:
Jose Tabata - Number 92 - The 18 year old, and Yankees number 2 prospect behind Phil Hughes, batted over .450 in 9 pre-season games before being sent down to the farm. All signs pointing to a legend in the making thus far.
Jeff Karstens - As reported here back in November, this kid is ready to make a run in the bigs. So far in 9 innings he has a couple of wins, no walks, no earned runs and with 17 days away from opening day has likely played his way into the starting rotation. What? Yes, the starting rotation.
Next, The OK:
Phil Hughes was OK nothing great - lacked control.
Kei Igawa: First and foremost, Yankee management has said all along he is a #5 starter - with that said, in my opinion, I feel as though he has been been unimpressive even for a #5. Today for example, he gave up 4 walks in 3 innings, and has an ERA above 5 in his total Spring production. As Crash pointed out, maybe he gets a couple of starts before his ticket to Scranton is punched - maybe less, as Karstens has earned his shot no doubt.