|2015 Regular Season|
The 41-year-old allowed one run through seven innings against Miami to move to 3-0. His 91 pitches Friday were his most of the season.
The 42-year-old continues to look more than capable after tossing 202 1-3 innings for New York last season.
Colon was 15-13 with a 4.09 ERA last year and at 41 will become the oldest opening-day starting pitcher in the major leagues since April 2006, when 43-year-old Jamie Moyer was on the mound for Seattle and 42-year-old Randy Johnson for the New York Yankees.