Michael Pineda carried a one-hitter into the eighth inning, and Jose Pirela, who was making his major league debut, had a big night, scoring on a Jeter double.
Mark Teixeira got a cortisone shot in his sore right wrist on Sunday and is expecting to be back in the Yankees' starting lineup on Tuesday when they face Baltimore at the Stadium.
The fits and starts of the Yankee season continued Friday night in a flat performance that made their thrilling Thursday seem like it never happened. The beleaguered Yanks’ offense sputtered again, this time against Kansas City starter “Big Game” James Shields, in a 1-0 loss to the Royals in front of 36,284 at the Stadium.
Michael Pineda gave the Yankees another solid performance on Saturday, but one early mistake doomed him to his first loss since April 23.
Both Michael Pineda and Jeff Samardzija led their teams to victory Monday night, while Bartolo Colon reportedly cleared waivers, enabling the Mets to trade the right-hander to any team. Michael Pineda hasn't pitched much this season,...Show More Summary
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Derek Jeter drove in two runs in his final scheduled trip to Kauffman Stadium, backing a sharp outing from Michael Pineda and helping the New York Yankees beat the Kansas City Royals 6-1 on Monday night for their fifth straight win.
Michael Pineda helped the Yankees to a 2-1 lead, but was pulled in the seventh inning after 89 pitches in an eventual loss to Houston.
Twelve up, 12 down. Four innings into Michael Pineda's start on Wednesday night in Oriole Park at Camden Yards, it was clear the New York Yankees had found yet another vaccine in the area where they've needed it the least in their quest for October baseball. The 6'7”, 265-pounder was writing poetry for the story of his comeback. Show More Summary
From the moment Dellin Betances began warming up in the fifth inning, it felt as if Joe Girardi had shifted into panic mode, desperate to win a game he deemed hugely important. Michael Pineda was cruising along, after all, in a rather remarkable return to the mound after nearly four months on the disabled list.
Michael Pineda threw five strong innings, but the Yankees’ hitters once again provided little help as the Orioles used two eighth-inning home runs to come back and win.
Michael Pineda will start Wednesday night’s game against Chris Tillman, the same matchup that had been scheduled despite Tuesday night's rainout.
Masahiro Tanaka isn’t close to rejoining Michael Pineda in the rotation, but the Yankees’ ace continues to make progress in his throwing program as he tries to rehab the partially torn ligament in his right elbow.
Unless the Yankees make a major statement here this week by sweeping the Orioles, chances are they’re playing for that second wild-card berth in the American League and the do-or-die playoff game that comes with it.
Michael Pineda strained a muscle during a suspension for using pine tar in an April game. He had been scheduled for another rehabilitation start, but the Yankees determined he was ready to return this week.
Hide the pine tar, Michael Pineda is back. The Yankees announced Monday that Pineda will start against the Orioles Wednesday night.
Michael Pineda's time with the New York Yankees has been plagued by injuries and time spent on the disabled list. But just in time for a push to the postseason, the starting pitcher will return to the team on Wednesday. Sweeney Murti...Show More Summary
While CC Sabathia and Ivan Nova are done for the season, Masahiro Tanaka and Michael Pineda can still make it back to help the Yankees in their drive for the postseason.
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