Went 2-4 with one save and a 4.73 ERA (45.2IP, 24ER) and 52K over five stints with the Yankees (5/14-17, 6/10-12, 7/2-9, 7/21-8/4 and 8/15-10/2)…opponents hit .272 (49-for-180); LH .291 (25-for-86), RH .255 (24-for-94)…in eight starts, went 2-4 with a 5.94 ERA (36.1IP, 24ER)…in four relief appearances, tossed 9.1 scoreless innings without recording a decision (6H, 3BB, 8K)…allowed 3-of-6 inherited runners to score…retired 1-of-4 first batters faced. Recorded a 10.25 K/9.0IP ratio, eighth-best among Major League rookies (min. 40.0IP) and fourth among AL rookies (Seattle's Edwin Diaz-15.33, Houston's Michael Feliz-13.15, Baltimore's Mychal Givens-11.57). Tossed 6.0IP with 1R-or-fewer in 3-of-8 starts…had a 10.90 K/9.0IP ratio (44K/36.1IP) in his starts, eighth-highest among Major League pitchers with at least 30.0IP as a starter (third-highest in AL). Made his Major League debut on 5/16 at Arizona, recording the loss (4.0IP, 8H, 6R/4ER, 2HR, 1BB, 5K)…became the first Yankees pitcher to make his Major League debut in a start since RHP Luis Severino on 8/5/15 vs. Boston…was the first Yankees pitcher drafted by another organization to make his Major League debut as a Yankees starter since RHP Christian Parker-who was selected by Montreal and traded to the Yankees-debuted on 4/6/01 vs. Toronto…was signed to a Major League contract and selected to the Yankees' 25-man roster from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on 5/14. Became the third Yankees pitcher since 2000 to record at least 5K in each of his first three Major League starts, joining Masahiro Tanaka (2014, first 11GS), Phil Hughes (2007, first 4GS) and José Contreras (2003, first 7GS). Made his first Major League relief appearance in 6/12 loss vs. Detroit, tossing a perfect ninth (1.0IP). Earned his first Major League win on 7/3 at San Diego (his third career game), allowing 1ER in 6.0IP (3H, 0BB, 8K, 1HR)…was only the third Yankee since 1913 to record at least 8K without walking a batter within his first three career games…joined Rich Beck (7.0IP and 8K on 9/14/65) and Masahiro Tanaka (7.0IP and 8K on 4/4/14) who both did so in their Major League debuts…became the first Yankees pitcher since 1913 to toss at least 6.0IP with 3H-or-fewer and no walks in one of his first three career games. Earned his first Major League save in 7/24 win vs. San Francisco, tossing 2.1 scoreless innings (3H, 1K). Made three consecutive relief appearances from 7/21-29, each of them at least 2.1IP. Had a career-high 11K in 6.0 scoreless innings in his start on 8/15 vs. Toronto (2H, 0BB), the most by a Yankees rookie since Masahiro Tanaka had 11K on 6/11/14 at Seattle…retired his first 13 batters, including six via strikeout, before Tulowitzki's one-out single to left in the fifth…had streaks of five consecutive strikeouts and four straight strikeouts…became the second rookie pitcher in Yankees history to record at least 11K with no walks and no runs in a game, joining Stan Bahnsen on 8/1/68 at Boston (CG SHO, 3H, 12K)…was only the 17th Major League rookie to accomplish the feat, the seventh in the AL…was the 12th Yankees pitcher (of any experience level) since 1913 to do it, the first since Randy Johnson on 7/26/05 vs. Minnesota (8.0IP, 2H, 11K)…equaled the highest strikeout total by an AL rookie in 2016 (Detroit's Michael Fulmer, 11K on 5/21/16 vs. Tampa Bay). Was removed from 9/2 loss at Baltimore after 1.2IP with right elbow pain (5H, 4ER, 2BB, 1HR, 3K)…underwent an MRI on 9/3 in Baltimore, revealing a sprained right UCL and a strained flexor tendon…Yankees Head Team Physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad reviewed the results on 9/3 and evaluated Green in New York on 9/5. Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 9/7 (retroactive to 9/3) with a right forearm tendon injury…was transferred to the 60-day disabled list on 9/18. In 16 starts for Scranton/WB, was 7-6 with a 1.52 ERA (94.2IP, 68H, 21R/16ER, 21BB, 100K, 3HR)…was named to the International League Mid-Season All-Star Team…led IL pitchers (min. 90.0IP) in ERA and WHIP, and had the third-lowest ERA among all minor league pitchers (min. 90.0IP)…held IL hitters to a .200 (68-for-340) BA…allowed one-or-zero runs in 10-of-16 starts…issued one-or-zero walks in 12-of-16 starts and allowed 4H-or-fewer in 10-of-16…led the team in strikeouts…did not allow a run over three starts from 6/22-7/14, going 3-0 (21.0IP, 6H, 2BB, 23K)…compiled a 26.0-inning scoreless streak from 6/15-8/9. Attended spring training with the Yankees as a non-roster invitee, going 0-2 with a 16.88 ERA (5.1IP, 10ER) in three games (one start).