Michael Pineda pitched six shutout innings, Mark Teixeira ended a career-worst home run drought, and Carlos Beltran drove in the Yankees’ first and last runs against the Orioles.
Michael Pineda pitched six innings, Mark Teixeira homered in his return from his latest injury, and the New York Yankees moved two games above.500 for the first time since April with a 5-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday.
Ryan Hanigan, Travis Shaw and Xander Bogaerts homered off Michael Pineda to back knuckleballer Steven Wright, and the Boston Red Sox opened the second half with a 5-3 win over the New York Yankees on Friday night.
Michael Pineda struck out 12 in six innings before Chase Headley broke a 1-1 tie by scoring on a passed ball in the ninth.
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Michael Pineda went seven innings and gave up three runs in a victory at home, and first baseman said he would rely on rest and treatment to heal his injured right knee.
Carlos Beltran and Starlin Castro homered for the second consecutive game, sending a resurgent Michael Pineda and the New York Yankees past the Los Angeles Angels 6-3 on Tuesday night.
The New York Yankees say they are not yet ready to drop struggling Michael Pineda from their starting rotation.
Pineda allowed six runs in three and two-thirds innings, raising his E.R.A. to 6.92.
Evan Longoria homered and drove in four runs, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the New York Yankees 9-5 Saturday to send Michael Pineda to his sixth loss in his last seven decisions.
Michael Pineda won for the first time since his opening start this season, Starlin Castro hit a tiebreaking, two-out single in the sixth inning and the New York Yankees beat the Oakland Athletics 5-4 to extend a winning streak to five for the first time in nearly a year.
The Yankees drove Zack Greinke from the game, but Michael Pineda left too many sliders up in the strike zone, and the Diamondbacks took full advantage.
Salvador Perez hit a three-run homer in the first-inning, and Pineda gave up six runs in six innings as the Yankees fell at home.
Salvador Perez hit a three-run homer in yet another big first inning against Michael Pineda, and the slumping Kansas City Royals rebounded to beat the New York Yankees 7-3 Wednesday night.
Yankees starter Michael Pineda pitched five innings against Boston on Saturday; it was his third five-inning start. But he is not the only Yankees starter to fall short this season.
Pineda began the afternoon with a strikeout and a groundout, but Tampa Bay followed with six straight hits, including two homers, to score five runs.
It's spring training, so everyone can dream. And the biggest dream shared in the early days of New York Yankees camp was the one about Michael Pineda and 200 innings. "I want to throw 200 innings this year," Pineda told reporters, including Erik Boland of Newsday. Show More Summary
Saturday's Say Hey, Baseball includes the Rays' stadium wish list, the five-year anniversary of the Michael Pineda trade and a bad day for the Reds. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
The Cardinals are banking on youth. Yankees fan and Michael Pineda enthusiast AJ of The Lost Collector blog sent some cards along recently amidst some turmoil in the Cardinals fanbase. There's a guy, a talented guy, who was traded to St. Show More Summary