The Yankees trade Justin Wilson, what's next?

NASHVILLE -- The New York Yankees have traded lefty reliever Justin Wilson for two hard-throwing minor leaguers who had ERAs around four.

Who they got: The Yankees acquired two hard-throwing starters in righties Luis Cessa and Chad Green, who didn't have great success at Triple-A. Cessa, 23, went 8-10 with a 4.52 in Double-A and Triple-A. Cessa's numbers last season (0-3 record, 8.51 ERA) were slightly inflated by pitcher-unfriendly Las Vegas when he was in the Mets' organization. He was traded from the Mets as the second pitcher in the Yoenis Cespedes deal.

Green, 24, went 5-14 and a 3.93 ERA at Triple-A. Both were brought in to protect all the question marks at the major league starting staff.

Who they lost: In trading Wilson, the Yankees lost the one in their 1-2-3 bullpen punch. Wilson was the seventh-inning guy who handed the ball to Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller. The Yankees liked him, but Brian Cashman mentioned that he was going to be in his "money making" years, so the Yankees dealt him before he got to arbitration. The Yankees think guys such as Jacob Lindgren and James Pazos could fill Wilson's spot.

Who wins the trade: Cashman said he is not done yet, so we need to see what the next move is for the GM before fully evaluating. The Yankees did need starting pitching depth, but losing Wilson makes their bullpen thinner.