By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor Similar to Michael Pineda there was always this conception about Yankees righthander Luis Severino. The kid can pitch and when his command is on point, as it has been in three starts this young season, there […]
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By Rich Mancuso /Sports Editor Michael Pineda was sharp and there is no other word to describe the New York Yankees righthander and on Opening Day in the Bronx it was almost perfection. He was perfect through 6.2 innings before […]
By Christopher Saunders Michael Pineda has disappointed Yankees fans for one too many years beginning in 2012. That season was cut short by a tear in his shoulder during spring training and missed the entire year. A year later, […]
The starting pitching, Michael Pineda this time, and a knuckleball pitcher for Boston, Steven Wright did not help matters for the Yankees who once again went a game below .500 at 44-45.
Yankees Preview 2016 By Christopher Saunders The New York Yankees have high expectations for both their experienced and their younger players throughout the 2016 season; in fact they’re depending on them to really step up and help carry the team. […]
This article was originally published on Outside Pitch MLB Long before Aaron Judge, Jorge Mateo and James Kaprielian were the top names in the New York Yankees farm system, there was Jesus Montero. The catching prospect and native of Venezuela wasn’t only known within the Yankees organization – he […]