The clock on Michael Pineda’s return starts Sunday. That’s when Pineda will make his first rehab start since going on the disabled list in early May. “He will make a start somewhere,” Joe Girardi said. “Not exactly sure where it’s going to be. They were talking about that today, but it will be a regular game.”
The test is the final step before starter Michael Pineda can begin a throwing program as he recovers from a shoulder injury.
Let's all hop in the Hot Topps Time Machine. Who is he? Michael Pineda is an interesting story. Plucked from the Dominican Republican at age 16 by the Mariners, he was an All-Star in his rookie season, virtually unheard of for a starting pitcher. Show More Summary
It's probably safer if you don't read this, lest something cartoonishly awful happen to you like happened to everyone in this trade. It was over two years ago that the Yankees swapped youthful designated hitter disguised as a catcher Jesus Montero to the Mariners for starting pitcher Michael Pineda. Show More Summary
The New York Yankees rotation isn't in good shape thanks to injuries to Ivan Nova, CC Sabathia and Michael Pineda, but there could be help on the way come the trading deadline. The Bronx Bombers are notorious for making moves midseason to improve their chances at reaching the postseason. Show More Summary
Michael Pineda suffers a setback as he tries to return to the Yankees, and Mike Trout sits out with back stiffness. More than a month removed from the last time he pitched -- which doubled as the night his name would become forever synonymous...Show More Summary
Michael Pineda experienced yet another setback in his attempt to return from a strained back muscle. Pineda played catch Saturday and felt sore in the same area that had been bothering him.
The New York Yankees pitching staff has been decimated by injuries this season. Ivan Nova will have Tommy John surgery, and Michael Pineda and CC Sabathia are both on the disabled list. What options do the Yankees have to rebuild their rotation? The Chicago Cubs have been trying to deal Jeff Samardzija for the past few years. Show More Summary
Carlos Beltran was one of a few concerns for the Yankees after reliever Shawn Kelley was placed on the disabled list, joining C. C. Sabathia, Ivan Nova and Michael Pineda on the list of banged-up pitchers.
Over the first three weeks of the season, it looked as if starting pitching would carry the New York Yankees in the AL East. Since then, the team has lost 60 percent of its Opening Day rotation and faces the reality of pitching without...Show More Summary
Michael Pineda completed his 10-game suspension Monday night, and although he’ll be placed on the disabled list Tuesday with a strained upper back muscle, the Yankees will finally be able to add a 25th man to the roster.
For the first few weeks of the season, the Yankees’ rotation appeared to be their greatest strength. Now that Ivan Nova has been lost for the year following Tuesday’s Tommy John surgery and Michael Pineda will miss the next three or four weeks with a strained muscle in his upper back, the Yankees will need their hitters to help carry the load.
Michael Pineda may not return to the Yankees' rotation at the end of his 10-game suspension for having pine tar on the mound.
It turns out Michael Pineda's 10-game suspension might just indirectly keep him sidelined for a little longer. The New York Yankees big right-hander, who was suspended last week after using pine tar in a start against the Boston RedShow More Summary
In recent days, Michael Pineda’s pine tar shenanigans and Ivan Nova’s “Tommy John” surgery stole the media spotlight from what has so far been the biggest Yankee story of the young season, especially in terms of the unexpected.
Michael Pineda was set to get a start against his old team next week, but after Wednesday’s pine tar incident and his subsequent suspension, David Phelps likely will take his place next Wednesday against the Mariners, Joe Girardi sa...
The Yankees have a problem and it extends beyond Michael Pineda's affinity for pine tar. The team's rotation was supposed to be a linchpin of its success this year. But in the course of a week that narrative changed drastically with Ivan Nova opting for Tommy John surgery and Pineda's 10-game suspension for admitting to the use of pine tar.
If you do the crime, expect to do the time... as a national punching bag. That's the position Yankee pitcher Michael Pineda finds himself in after getting a 10-game ban after getting caught - and ejected - for using pine tar during Wednesday night's start.
Lots of unsettling energy.
New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was recently suspended 10 games after not so subtly using pine tar on his neck against the Boston Red Sox. Hockey silver medalist Meghan Duggan made light of the move by rubbing her neck before throwing out the first pitch prior to the Red Sox game against New York on Thursday. Show More Summary