The only thing missing was George Brett. Michael Pineda dominated the Red Sox in his first start at Yankee Stadium, leading the Yankees to a 4-1 win over their rivals in front of 42,821.
Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda doesn't seem to be hiding the visible splotch of stuff on his throwing hand. It seems to be pine tar, as NESN color commentator Jerry Remy noted. (Remy wasn't happy.) Read more...
New York Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda might have been relying on a little more than his right arm on Thursday night against the Boston Red Sox. Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish spotted what appeared to be a foreign substance—possibly...Show More Summary
Michael Pineda took the mound for the first time as a Yankee last weekend. After missing all of 2013, Pineda came in and looked solid against the Blue Jays. While he ended up taking the loss, Pineda had good stuff and command in his six innings, walking none and striking out five. The question now is how long he'll be able to keep it up. Show More Summary
This is what the Yankees had in mind when they traded for Michael Pineda. The record will reflect a win for the Blue Jays on Saturday, but given what they saw from Pineda, the day wasn’t a total loss for the Yankees.
Michael Pineda provided perhaps the most convincing evidence yet he can be a factor in the Yankee rotation this season with a crisp debut against the Blue Jays Saturday afternoon. Too bad the Yankee offense wasn't as sharp.
After an offseason that saw the Yankees spend over half a billion dollars, there are plenty of new faces in the Bronx as this team prepares to make a run at their 28th World Series championship. Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, Carlos Beltran and Masahiro Tanaka were the biggest acquisitions. Show More Summary
The Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda sailed through his last spring training start Sunday in Tampa, Fla.
As spring training continues to creep toward its completion, so do many of the position battles that were up for grabs on the New York Yankees. Earlier this week Joe Girardi closed the book on one battle when he named Michael PinedaShow More Summary
Michael Pineda has taken the fifth. Joe Girardi tabbed the former All-Star as the Yankees' No. 5 starter, giving Pineda a chance to make the Bombers the big winners of the much-maligned 2012 trade that sent Jesus Montero to the Mariners.
After sustaining an injury and then dealing with an embarrassing legal issue, pitcher Michael Pineda on Tuesday was named to the Yankees starting rotation.
Yankees fifth starter candidate Michael Pineda allowed three runs and six hits over six innings Sunday in New York's 3-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.
"It's a win for both teams." That was seemingly the league-wide consensus back in early 2012 when the New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners completed what appeared to be a deal involving two future superstars: Jesus Montero and Michael...Show More Summary
Hey, remember when we were treating the idea of Michael Pineda recovering to become a key member of the New York Yankees rotation as some sort of crazypants fantasy? Well, suddenly it's not so crazy. Or pants. Or like a fantasy. It looks like it's going to happen, and not just in some far off future, either. Show More Summary
The biggest buzz didn't come from a third straight positive outing by Michael Pineda in the New York Yankees 8-1 victory Tuesday over the Boston Red Sox.
Michael Pineda had his second straight positive outing in his bid to become the Yankees' fifth starter, striking out five over 2 2-3 shutout innings as a New York split squad beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-0 Thursday.
If the New York Yankees are going to rise to the top of the American League East in 2014, roster surprises and impact performers must emerge. With every positive step through Grapefruit League play, starting pitcher Michael Pineda looks...Show More Summary
Michael Pineda, 25, who missed the past two seasons after shoulder surgery, threw two scoreless innings Friday in his spring training debut.
There was no television or radio coverage, but we know for certain that New York Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda made his 2014 debut on Friday night against the Detroit Tigers. We also know this: It went well. Like, really well. Pineda, of course, has been a question mark ever since he underwent labrum surgery in May of 2012. Show More Summary