So I guess it's the worst case scenario for Wang and the Yankees. Making up his starts is going to be difficult, especially since he was finally getting back into his groove.
Now logic dictates they look to pick up a new ace. I don't know if I see that happening. It's going to take a lot for them to pry Sabathia away from Cleveland, but if they could get him at a decent rate then he is the logical choice.
Beyond him there are few viable candidates at the major league level to replace a pitcher of Wang's caliber. The Yanks could also just hope that they can ride the youth for the rest of the season. Hughes will be back after the all-star break and Kennedy should be back soon.
Dan McCutchen was lights out during his last start at AAA when he threw a complete game shut out. Jeff Marquez has been solid too, but he doesn't really have the stuff to be what the Yankees need.
I guess the one good thing to come out of this injury is that it will lock Joba into the rotation for good this season. No one will be able to argue that he should move back to the bullpen now.