It's March 29, Yankees fans. Do you know who your Opening Day starter is?

Neither do the Yankees. On Tuesday, Masahiro Tanaka pitched four innings of one-run, seven-hit, five-strikeout ball in a split-squad game against the Phillies in Clearwater that was eventually cancelled by lightning before five innings could be completed. But afterward, Joe Girardi still stopped short of naming Tanaka as the starter for the regular-season opener against the Astros on April 4 at Yankee Stadium.

“I really want to hear from Larry," Girardi said, referring to pitching coach Larry Rothschild, who made the trip while Girardi stayed back to watch CC Sabathia pitch at home against the Pirates. "His start in Washington, his stuff was not where we needed it to be, so I want to see if Larry thought his stuff is where we think it should be.”